My Zimbio
Top Stories

Monday, April 25, 2011

Extreme Weather, Tornadoes coming Monday

Back-to-Back Tornado Outbreaks Loom Monday to Wednesday

By Kristina Pydynowski, Senior Meteorologist
Apr 24, 2011; 1:34 PM ET

A dangerous situation is shaping up for areas from the Ohio Valley to northeastern Texas early this upcoming week, where not one, but two tornado outbreaks will erupt. - Weather News |

"The [upcoming] volatile pattern will spawn numerous EF2 and EF3 tornadoes and there could even be a few reaching EF4 ranking, which are very bad," stated Expert Senior Meteorologist John Kocet.

The intense tornadoes expected by Kocet threaten to tear through communities with significant destruction and potential loss of life.
Residents in the danger zone should "review tornado safety guidelines and take any [severe thunderstorm or tornado] watches and warnings very seriously," stressed Expert Senior Meteorologist Dan Kottlowski on Friday.
Monday's severe weather outbreak is expected to target the corridor from Illinois and Indiana to eastern Texas. The lower Ohio Valley to northeastern Texas will again be threatened on Tuesday.
Cities are risk for the back-to-back outbreaks include Tyler, Texas, Little Rock, Ark., Memphis, Tenn., Cape Girardeau, Mo., Paducah, Ky., and Evansville, Ind.
St. Louis, which is still cleaning up the damage its airport suffered from a tornado on Friday, will be threatened on Monday, but not Tuesday.
As is typical, the worst of the severe weather will rage during the afternoon and evening hours.
The threat zone will shift on Wednesday to the area from the Ohio Valley to the lower Mississippi Valley.
To learn more about tornadoes, click here.
With the impending tornado outbreak looming, Expert Senior Meteorologist Henry Margusity increased the amount of tornado reports he expects from April 19 to May 4from up to 300 to exceeding that number.
"Since [last weekend's] outbreak, we have had 113 tornado reports," Margusity stated Saturday morning. "I can see how we have over 200 [additional tornado reports] during the next six days."
"In addition, when you add up all the wind and hail reports, we are talking 3,000 to 4,000 total severe weather reports," Margusity continued.
The strong winds and hail Margusity is referring to could not only add to the number of severe weather reports, but will likely lead to more widespread damage than the tornadoes themselves.
The threat for flash flooding will also increase with each passing severe weather event.
The impending violent thunderstorms and tornadoes early next week will follow severe weather occurring this Easter Sunday.
Thunderstorms at anytime through early next week should not be taken lightly by residents of the southern Plains since tornadoes are a serious concern.
The difference between severe weather that has occurred this weekend and early next week is that the atmosphere will become more volatile by the end of Monday, setting the stage for the massive severe weather outbreak.

Contributing Sources:

Join Alex Jones' Infowars Business Team:
Products: Suzanne Somers, Dr. Joel Wallach and many others.

Somalife's GhP Anti-Aging: Regain your Strength.

Search & Win

1 comment:

  1. Extreme weather conditions and climate changes have been trending upward for years, and it doesn't look like things are going to level off any time soon.


10 Day Weight Loss Pills

Popular Posts



Curious about what the future holds? Click here to find out how you can receive a 10 minute psychic reading from Psychic Source. - The Best Free Online Calculatorн

Fine Art - Painting Lessons: Real Art!
What is Bio-Farming? Can anyone do it?
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

My Zimbio
Top Stories
My Zimbio
Top Stories Get 100 FREE Visitors to Your Website!
eXTReMe Tracker
AyurCat for Cat Health Care