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WOW ! I bet that was hot being close as they are.


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It was quite unique that he could get so close to because of the water between the fire and him. What if the tornado changed direction and headed his way. It was fire season so it’s hot to start with. Maybe he could douse himself with the water to cool down.

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It was a weak tornado so the car would have protected him, the fire he could drive away.
I drove through a tornado on the freeway coming home from work one day, it was much stronger than that.
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I have never seen a tornado so I don't have any experience. I did have a dust devil blow through a booth I was working at over twenty years ago. :facepalm:

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Well that firestorm wasn't much more than a strong dust devil, I doubt it was even close to a category one tornado.
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I believe that these tornadoes are more like what you are describing. Will this years tornadoes break the records ?

Iowa Nightmare As Tornadoes Ravage Towns; Officials Declare State Of Emergency

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07- ... -emergency

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5 states where hit with tonado's, Iowa was just one of them. We had them close to us here right across the river.
I got thunder, and sprinkles
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Is this real ?


Have You Ever Seen Square Clouds?

Clouds come in all shapes, sizes, and types but have you ever seen square clouds?

On November 24, 2018 Jo wood captured such a strange square cloud over Cleethorpes in England and while it is said that these clouds are so-called rhombus-shaped clouds we may wonder whether these clouds are artificially created by a weather control program.

https://ufosightingshotspot.blogspot.co ... louds.html

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Sheet, or Stratus clouds I think, but no not seen one so square, but almost.
I like the cumulus clouds, you can find lots of shapes in them like puppies, and faces. :cool:
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Those photos are far too square to be naturally occurring. Of course they could be photoshopped.

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What an amazing sight. Can you imagine looking up at the sky and seeing a sky like this ?

PHOTOS of Stunning Light Pillars Emerging in Russian Skies

The colourful light pillars in the sky over Russia's Nizhny Tagil in Sverdlovsk Oblast appeared due to ice crystallisation, and the natural phenomenon could occur as a result of a sudden drop in temperature, or moisture getting into the atmosphere, an engineer at the Kourovka Astronomical Observatory explained.

"During sudden temperature changes, the moisture in the atmosphere starts to freeze, and ice crystals start to go down, just like leaves in autumn, taking a horizontal position. Their striking feature is that they begin to reflect light that beams from lanterns, and various sources of bright light", the engineer at the Kourovka Astronomical Observatory, Vladilen Sanakoev, told Sputnik on Monday.

https://sputniknews.com/russia/20181217 ... rs-russia/

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Now this looks really weird. Watching the video you can see that this fire just keep going ?

Fire Sky in IndonesiaVIDEO of Skies on Fire in Indonesia Sparks Biblical Prophecy Debate Online

https://sputniknews.com/viral/201812311 ... y-on-fire/

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If your interested you might want to watch the video.

Extreme weather is so bad in some parts of the country, even the US Postal Service won't be going out

By Steve Almasy, Holly Yan and Christina Maxouris, CNN

Updated 5:22 AM ET, Wed January 30, 2019
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(CNN)"Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds," the saying goes.
But whoever said that didn't face weather of the kind predicted for Wednesday. So postal workers won't be out delivering anything in six entire states, and parts of four others.
The US Postal Service said Tuesday night on Facebook that because of the predicted deteriorating weather conditions in the Midwest, delivery will be suspended in some areas.
The list of regions and states affected: Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and parts of Kansas, Missouri, Montana and Nebraska.

Minnesota could see 70 degree below wind chill
Even for the hardiest, cold-tested Americans, this week's deep freeze is brutal, with dozens of temperature and wind chill records expected to occur from the Dakotas to Long Island, leading to warnings for people to stay inside.
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"These are VERY DANGEROUS conditions and can lead to frostbite on exposed skin in as little as five minutes where wind chill values are below -50," the National Weather Service office near Minneapolis and St. Paul tweeted. "Best thing you can do is limit your time outside."
A mammoth blast of frigid air sweeping through the Midwest is headed toward the East, on track to shatter dozens of records along the way. And it can be deadly, with the weather blamed for three deaths this week.

WC MN we're dealing w/some limited visibility in the open areas. Remember to turn those headlights & taillights ON and #MoveOver for those on the shoulder. This area was I-94 about 10 miles east of Moorhead. Road info https://t.co/UtVIO3kuBr pic.twitter.com/yZG4NRC5Th
— Sgt. Jesse Grabow (@MSPPIO_NW) January 29, 2019

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In northern Minnesota, wind chills were forecast to drop to 65-70 degrees below zero, which would rival the coldest wind chill ever recorded in the state (71 below) in 1982.
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On Sunday, a man in Rochester, Minnesota, was found dead outside the home where he was staying with a relative.
Ali Alfred Gombo, 22, didn't have keys to the home and was unable to enter after being dropped off outside early Sunday morning, CNN affiliate KIMT reported. The single-digit temperatures that dipped below zero may have played a role in his death, Rochester police said.
And in Illinois, a man was killed Monday "after a roadway crash involving a village plow truck and a pedestrian," Libertyville police said.
The plow truck driver has been placed on paid administrative leave pending the results of an investigation, police said.
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In Atlanta, where the New England Patriots are set to face the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl this weekend, a possibility of snow prompted many places to close on Tuesday.

But the city avoided any measurable snow, as a line of light rain moved through during the morning.
Temperatures are expected to rebound to near 60 degrees before Sunday evening's kickoff at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

CNN's Judson Jones, Samira Said, Kara Devlin, Dave Alsup, Emanuella Grinberg and Marlena Baldacci contributed to this report.

https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/29/weather/ ... index.html

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one place had a 75F below windchill, that's really dangerous, and painful to even breath in it.
I went out this morning, and I'm not sure the temp, but it was frosty, I didn't stay out long, and I can usually handle the cold.
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This storm is gigantic. It stretches from Texas to Canada. Is this going to be the new normal ? Each year here in BC the forest fire records are being broken. I do suspect that Justin Trudeaus jihadis may be partly responsible though. i hope this year won't be so bad. The three videos may interest you.

'Cyclone of historic proportions' hits U.S., sets barometric pressure records, strands over 1 100 drivers and leaves nearly 200 000 without power

Powerful winter storm rapidly intensified over the central United States on Wednesday, March 13, 2019, producing blizzard conditions and widespread hurricane-force wind gusts. Over 1 100 drivers were stranded, at least one person has been killed and nearly 200 000 left without power.

The storm across the central Plains will continue to bring blizzard conditions to parts of the northern Plains and Rockies through Thursday, where travel remains difficult, the National Weather Service warns. Heavy rain, snowmelt, and ice jams on rivers have produced widespread flooding across the Upper Midwest. Meanwhile, severe storms with damaging winds, hail, and tornadoes are possible from the Great Lakes to the South.

NWS Weather Prediction Center described the storm as a 'cyclone of historic proportions.'

Over the past 24 hours, NWS offices logged about 350 wind gusts of 80+ km/h (50+ mph), with a further 92 reports of damage. The most significant gusts (112+ km/h / 70+ mph) were recorded in northeastern New Mexico, Texas Panhandle and eastern Colorado.

A computerized analysis, from the Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis (RTMA), shows the extent of 50+ MPH wind gusts today as well. The most continuous region is highlighted, but strong gusts likely occurred on ridge tops in other portions of the West as well. pic.twitter.com/PbnTv2DGgC

— NWS WPC (@NWSWPC) March 14, 2019
The highest recorded wind gusts through 21:00 CDT, March 13 belongs to San Augustin Pass, NM with 167 km/h (104 mph), followed by Pine Springs, TX with a gust of 166 km/h (103 mph).

A new preliminary record low pressure was set at Pueblo, Colorado. At 07:00 MDT (13:00 UTC), Pueblo reported a sea level pressure of 975.5 hPa. Their previous record low pressure was 976.6 hPa, with records dating back to 1893.

Pueblo's pressure continued falling and finally hit 974.2 hPa before 09:00 MDT (15:00 UTC).

Other preliminary record low pressures have been set by this strong cyclone at: Clayton, NM at 11:00 MDT at 973.4 hPa exceeding 983.1 hPa (length of record 1948) and Dodge City, KS at 976.1 hPa exceeding 977.0 hPa (length of record 1893).

There were almost 2 000 flight cancelations and 2 700 flights delayed due to powerful winds and heavy snow that hit northern Colorado, including Denver, western Nebraska, eastern Wyoming, central South Dakota and southeastern North Dakota.

Widespread structural damage was reported, massive power outages (nearly 200 000 customers) and difficult driving conditions, including complete whiteouts in parts of the region.

"Snowfall totals so far are as high as 40 cm (16 inches) in the mountains of Colorado, with 18 cm (7.1 inches) reported in Denver and about 10 cm (4 inches) in the Boulder area. Many schools, including those in the Denver area, have already been canceled for Thursday," AccuWeather Meteorologist Faith Eherts said.

More than 800 km (500 miles) of I-80 were closed or partially closed from Rock Springs, Wyoming to Kearney, Nebraska. I-25 was also closed for more than 480 km (300 miles) from Buffalo, Wyoming to the Colorado border. I-70 in Colorado was closed in both directions from Aurora to Goodland, Kansas. A part of I-70 west of Denver was also closed in both directions as well as I-76 from the northeast of Denver to the Wyoming state line. I-90 in South Dakota was closed from Wall to Chamberlain. All state highways and interstates were closed in Nebraska Panhandle and several state highways in western Kansas.

Westbound interstate 70 Vail Pass is open. Roads are very slick at this time. Eastbound at Vail Pass remains closed estimated 2 hours. You will see this semi near milepost 170, but roadway is clear so plz continue. pic.twitter.com/B6JIzecuKP

— CSP Eagle (@CSP_Eagle) March 13, 2019
The El Paso, CO County Commission Chairman declared and emergency Wednesday afternoon to allow the county to ask for state and national help to rescue 1 100 stranded motorists.

Meanwhile, Colorado Governor Jared Police declared a state of emergency, and the National Guard was activated to assist with search, rescue and life safety operations.

A Colorado State Patrol corporal was hit and killed while he was outside his vehicle helping with a car that slid off I-86 inWeldc County. He was taken to a hospital where he was pronounced dead.

A massive pileup with dozens of vehicles took place on southbound lanes of I-25 south of Denver.

This is why I-25 is closed between Colorado Springs and Castle Rock. @KRDONC13 pic.twitter.com/aBzodQyt85

— Heather Skold KRDO (@HeatherSkold13) March 13, 2019
NWS compared the storm with the famously powerful March 13, 1993 winter cyclone dubbed The Storm of the Century. Yesterday's storm was of very similar intensity, producing incredible winds and blizzard conditions, the service said.

A side-by-side look at two historic cyclones exactly 26 years and about 1500 miles apart! pic.twitter.com/F8y4W509BY

— NWS WPC (@NWSWPC) March 13, 2019
Forecast
The intense storm across the midsection of the nation that has been responsible for heavy snows, blizzard conditions and widespread wind gusts over hurricane force will be pressing northeastward through the Upper Mississippi Valley into the Upper Great Lakes on Thursday, March 14, NWS forecaster Oravec noted.

While the storm has reached its lowest pressure and will gradually weaken over the next few days, strong winds will continue on the west side of the storm across portions of the Central and Northern Plains.

Blizzard conditions are expected to continue into the first half of Thursday over northeast Colorado and for most of the day from eastern Wyoming, across most of Nebraska, South Dakota, eastern North Dakota into northwest Minnesota.

Travel will remain difficult and life-threatening across these areas, with improving conditions Thursday night into Friday as the storm pushes farther off to the northeast.

As the strong storm pushes northeastward today into the Upper Mississippi Valley, winds will be lessening across the Central to Southern Plains that experienced widespread wind gust over hurricane force during the past 24 hours.

High wind warnings remain in effect into Thursday morning for southeast Colorado and western Kansas, but overall a much smaller area of strong wind gusts expected Thursday as the storm moves away from this region.

The associated cold front with this strong storm will continue to be a focus for thunderstorm activity from the Lower Mississippi Valley into the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys.

Heavy rains, isolated flooding and severe weather are possible with these thunderstorms across these regions. A taste of spring temperatures likely ahead of the above mentioned cold front on Thursday for all areas to the east of the Mississippi River and for areas east of the Appalachians on Friday.

Much colder temperatures expected in the wake of this front today from the Great Basin, Rockies into the Plains. These colder temperatures will be spreading eastward on Friday into the Mississippi, Ohio and Tennessee Valleys and into much of the eastern U.S. on Saturday.

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What an amazing sight ! I am sure that over the millenia people have seen these sprites and have been awestruck.

Dazzling ‘Jellyfish sprite’ snapped in awesome night sky PHOTOS

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A purple sky is actually quite unique. https://sputniknews.com/asia/2019101210 ... s---photo/

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This rare phenomenon must have happened many times over the last thousands of years and awed the people who saw them.

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