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Severe WX Severe Weather threat for 7/19-7/22/18 (1 Viewer)

Do you think a moderate risk will come out of this threat?

  • Yes

    Votes: 10 45.5%
  • No

    Votes: 5 22.7%
  • An enhanced risk, but not a moderate

    Votes: 6 27.3%
  • It should be a high risk for the wind threat

    Votes: 1 4.5%

  • Total voters
    22
  • Poll closed .

Equus

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Very, very impressive storms. I don't think even the HRRR was quite this aggressive. If we had the level of 0-1km SRH we had last night, it would indeed be a very different story
 

barcncpt44

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Baseball sized hail in Hollis Crossroads.
 

Taylor Campbell

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I see two storms that look like they are organizing, and may need tornado warnings soon. I’m getting in my car now!
 

warneagle

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that one looks bad on radar

thankfully there's basically nothing in that part of the county, once you get south of Opelika
 

Equus

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Cycling, couplet weakened for now; might be trying to swallow its outflow boundary, could help make up for poor low level helicity

Edit actually looks like the RFD might be hampering it at this point
 

warneagle

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Trying to figure out where that first one was taken from but I'm not sure. Looks like a pretty sizable tornado if it was on the ground.
 

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