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Severe Weather Threat May 7-10, 2024

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The storms look likely to congeal into a nasty mess (HRRR is on this idea, too). We'll see how that influences the micro-interactions. Looks like quite a few of them have hail cores too, so watch out for that.

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Looks like San Marcos is about to get some big hail even if that TOR warned storm isn’t producing (doesn’t look like it is).
 

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thankfully a lot less fatalities from tornadoes compared to this Time last year. Biggest outbreak of intense tornadoes was over rural areas april 26-27.
 
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thankfully a lot less fatalities from tornadoes compared to this Time last year. Biggest outbreak of intense tornadoes was over rural areas april 26-27.
10 fatalities came from like 4 or 5 EF3 and 2 fatalities from both EF4 tornadoes from this year. There have been a lot of tornadoes but none did damage like the Rolling Fork, MS EF4 tornado from, last year. That tornado killed 17 people. Another 3 or 4 fatalities from this year came from EF1 and EF2 tornadoes.
 

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10 fatalities came from like 4 or 5 EF3 and 2 fatalities from both EF4 tornadoes from this year. There have been a lot of tornadoes but none did damage like the Rolling Fork, MS EF4 tornado from, last year. That tornado killed 17 people. Another 3 or 4 fatalities from this year came from EF1 and EF2 tornadoes.
Yeah. I am aware. Also less tornado outbreaks in south this year, that makes a big difference.
 

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10 fatalities came from like 4 or 5 EF3 and 2 fatalities from both EF4 tornadoes from this year. There have been a lot of tornadoes but none did damage like the Rolling Fork, MS EF4 tornado from, last year. That tornado killed 17 people. Another 3 or 4 fatalities from this year came from EF1 and EF2 tornadoes.
Point being, not a lot of long long track ef3 plus tornadoes in populated areas, or not at dark? Idk what factors are this spring for less fatalities. Last year was awful, 83 I believe for year.
 
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Point being, not a lot of long long track ef3 plus tornadoes in populated areas, or not at dark? Idk what factors are this spring for less fatalities. Last year was awful, 83 I believe for year.
It is a good thing but no fatalities would be nice but when your dealing with EF3'S and EF4'S they usually tend to be more deadlier than EF2 or less tornadoes. When your dealing with high-end EF4 or EF5 tornadoes those are usually the most deadliest.
 
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