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Severe Weather Threat 5/25-5/26, 2024

Kds86z

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The one home that was a candidate for ef4 was the home built on a poorly constructed cinder block foundation with no decent connections. Tree damage near the home isn’t impressive at all. That's why I said “no where near close to ef4” I thought they’d found other slabbed homes that were in contention for ef4…but it was just that one lol.
Definitely had the look though appearance wise
 

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Since most of the action was nocturnal, obviously haven't seen much footage from this outbreak. Nothing jaw-dropping here or anything, but here's some footage of the KY long-tracker in Eddyville and a video of the Lake of Egypt EF3 that I de-vertical video-ized:



edit: Go figure. Dailymotion sucks. Will reupload tomorrow.
 
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May 17, 1896...2.25 miles-wide(Kansas)
April 9, 1947....1.8 miles-wide(Oklahoma)
June 15, 1990...2 miles-wide(Nebraska)
May 22, 2004...2.5 miles-wide(Nebraska)
May 4, 2007...2.2 miles-wide(Kansas)
June of 2008...2 miles-wide(Nebraska or South Dakota)
May 31,2013...2.6 miles-wide(Oklahoma)
May 9, 2016...1.8 miles-wide(Oklahoma)
April 12, 2020...2.25 miles-wide(Mississippi)
May 26, 2024...1.8 miles-wide(Arkansas)

There are probably some more but those are some I can think of.
 

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May 17, 1896...2.25 miles-wide(Kansas)
April 9, 1947....1.8 miles-wide(Oklahoma)
June 15, 1990...2 miles-wide(Nebraska)
May 22, 2004...2.5 miles-wide(Nebraska)
May 4, 2007...2.2 miles-wide(Kansas)
June of 2008...2 miles-wide(Nebraska or South Dakota)
May 31,2013...2.6 miles-wide(Oklahoma)
May 9, 2016...1.8 miles-wide(Oklahoma)
April 12, 2020...2.25 miles-wide(Mississippi)
May 26, 2024...1.8 miles-wide(Arkansas)

There are probably some more but those are some I can think of.
I wouldn't count the ones in 1896 and 1947, since estimates during those times were really bad.
However I do remember a tornado in China reaching 2.5 miles wide back in 2016 or 2017.
 
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