Sunday, April 25, 2010

Tornado Outbreak Kills on Saturday

The largest tornado outbreak this season developed late Friday into Saturday across the south killing 10 in Mississippi.  17 Counties are under a state of emergency in Mississippi as the cleanup begins.  The initial reports estimate the tornado to be one mile wide.

Below is the most recent storm report from the Storm Prediction Center.

 The Storm Prediction Center posted their severe weather outlook which marks the first time this season with a HIGH PROBABILITY of severe weather, something that happens a few times a year.

At its peak, the middle of the country was covered in tornado watches.

The rainfall amounts were extensive.

Tornado watches extended into southern Ohio late Saturday evening.

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