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Moderate Risk nu
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  maandag 16 april 2018 @ 18:05:04 #279
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Tornado sideswipes a North Carolina TV station just as it goes on the air

Just as the crew of WFMY 5 p.m. news sat down to broadcast, a vicious tornado struck the city of Greensboro, N.C. The station itself was sideswiped by the twister, but other buildings were completely destroyed. It knocked out power and communications at WFMY and caused significant damage just one neighborhood away.

The station’s crew, which was supposed to be on the air, had to seek shelter in a cinder-block hallway as the twister passed overhead.

Tim Buckley, the chief meteorologist at the station, had already been tracking the storms through the afternoon.

“We were in the line of this storm. We’d been on Facebook Live with our viewers for about four hours tracking the line,” Buckley said. “The tornado warning was issued about one minute before we took massive power hits at our station.”

As the storm approached, the meteorologists hustled everyone to their shelter locations. For a few seconds, the live stream focused on a bright yellow “Safe Spot” sign as the staff ducked into their place of refuge.

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  maandag 16 april 2018 @ 18:29:05 #280
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dubbel.....
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  dinsdag 24 april 2018 @ 19:39:56 #282
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  woensdag 25 april 2018 @ 20:41:10 #283
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A change in our weather pattern will bring increased chances for thunderstorms and maybe some severe weather next week. Can't really pin it down any more than that at this point. It's that time of year, so just check back and be ready in case it happens
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Woensdag interessante dag. Nu al een enhanced risk. Dat kan maar zo een moderate of high worden.
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Dinsdag nu ook enhanced risk.. met dit gebied als grootste kanshebber voor een flinke tornado
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Moderate Risk voor vandaag:

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Enhanced voor donderdag
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  woensdag 2 mei 2018 @ 18:59:58 #287
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  woensdag 2 mei 2018 @ 21:07:06 #288
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El Reno schools to open shelter sites in event of tornado watch http://bit.ly/2I5SEJl
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  dinsdag 22 mei 2018 @ 21:00:14 #289
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Jeff_Piotrowski twitterde op dinsdag 22-05-2018 om 20:58:37 Seven years ago today Kathryn & I chased the Joplin EF-5 tornado. Our Hearts & Prayers are with Joplin today. #JoplinStrong https://t.co/OeMZZ4y7FB reageer retweet
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Een bijzonder rustig tornadoseizoen dit jaar...
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  donderdag 24 mei 2018 @ 18:43:32 #291
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Een bijzonder rustig tornadoseizoen dit jaar...
Dat was 7 jaar geleden dus wel anders. Boh, als je die beelden en foto's van Joplin nog een terug bekijkt. Ongelooflijk
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Dat was 7 jaar geleden dus wel anders. Boh, als je die beelden en foto's van Joplin nog een terug bekijkt. Ongelooflijk
Joplin was echt te bizar voor woorden ja :{
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  maandag 28 mei 2018 @ 09:36:50 #293
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We've got cows :D

Wel zielig voor die beesten, maar echt een bizar gezicht.
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Bizar inderdaad al is het inderdaad wel zielig :{ ;(
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  maandag 28 mei 2018 @ 10:15:04 #295
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Bizar inderdaad al is het inderdaad wel zielig :{ ;(
Ground beef :@
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weatherchannel twitterde op maandag 06-08-2018 om 22:12:58 North America just had its first EF4 #tornado of 2018, and it wasn't in the United States: https://t.co/FywWmVnzpq https://t.co/zv6tQOFx7V reageer retweet
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The USA's infamous "Tornado Alley" may be shifting to the east, a new study reports.

Over the past four decades, researchers found that tornadoes have increased over a large swath of the Midwest and Southeast, including what's been referred to as "Dixie Alley."

At the same time, they've decreased in the central and southern Plains, a region traditionally known as Tornado Alley that includes Oklahoma and Texas.

“Regions in the Southeast and Midwest are closing the gap when it comes to the number of tornado reports,” said Northern Illinois University meteorologist Victor Gensini, who led the study.

Although Tornado Alley still remains the top U.S. area for tornadoes, areas to the east are catching up, based on data from 1979 to 2017. This includes portions of Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Tennessee and Kentucky.

“It’s not that Texas and Oklahoma do not get tornadoes,” Gensini said. “They’re still the number one location in terms of tornado frequency, but the trend in many locations is down over the past 40 years.”

This new research is key for pinpointing future tornado damage in the U.S. "Severe thunderstorms accompanied by tornadoes, hail, and damaging winds cause an average of $5.4 billion of damage each year across the United States, and 10 billion-dollar events are no longer uncommon," the study said.

"Economic losses associated with tornadoes will continue to increase in future years," the study also warned, adding that "the combination of an increase in risk and exposure could lead to a threefold increase in tornado disaster potential."

Overall, about 1,200 tornadoes hit the U.S. yearly, the National Severe Storms Laboratory said.

Tornadoes in the Southeast also tend to be deadlier than those in the Plains, due to several factors such as longer, larger tornado paths, expanding population, more moblie homes, and more nighttime tornadoes. On average, about 40 people die in the nine states that make up the southeastern U.S. each year. Alabama tallies the highest death toll annually with an average of 14, according to data from the Storm Prediction Center.

The Mid-South, an area with Memphis at its center, is a particular worry, as it "has the greatest potential for increased tornado disasters by the end of the century," the study said.

An average of 10 people die from twisters each year combined in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas, three states that make up most of Tornado Alley. Overall, nationwide, about 73 Americans are killed each year by tornadoes, based on data from 1985-2014.

Study researchers also aren't sure if this eastward shift in tornado reports could be due to natural or human-induced climate change.

The study was published Wednesday in the Nature partner journal Climate and Atmospheric Science.
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