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Yea but it sounds cool
On Alabama: CeCe Jefferson - "It was a bunch of beautiful women..." Reggie Ragland - "oh the females of course..."
It sounds dorky to me. Either way, the general public should not pay attention to it. Local weather stations do a much better job of covering severe weather events than any national cable channel could do.
i wouldn't count on that...
1960 Les Paul
You're mistaken that the general public should not pay attention to it, but you're due your opinion. If you've followed these systems recently since the Torcon came out, you would see that it has validity and isn't just a catchy term used by a "national cable channel"
Agreed. I follow TOR:Con more than any other single factor. It has show itself useful more times than not... To discount it as trivial is a haughty, arrogant, dangerous, envious mistake.
Hope you are proven correct but that's not what the warning maps are saying
What is the time frame for severe weather in west Alabama, And where can I view this. I'm just seeing alot of broad statements. It seems to cool for severe weather
go to alabamawx.com
from that site:
"*We will delay the main window for severe weather by couple of hours. The primary window is now from 5 p.m. today to 3:00 a.m. tomorrow. The initial threat over West Alabama begins around 5:00, then spreading east. For those of you traveling across the state today, consider completing the trip by 5 p.m. over West Alabama, and by 7 p.m. over the eastern side of the state."
The warm air is coming in from Gulf
Yea I looked at radar west of us in Sumter. It looks nasty from about Jackson ms south to the coast.
Storms starting to impact the meridian area. Tornado warning in Wayne county looks like it will track towards Silas / needham /gilbertown
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