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ClicheVortex2014

February 6-8, 2019 | Storms

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Unusually quiet for the SW OH people getting hit by 2 squalls. Hopefully they’re outside enjoying it 

Edit: under shelter of course...

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9 minutes ago, ClicheVortex2014 said:

Unusually quiet for the SW OH people getting hit by 2 squalls. Hopefully they’re outside enjoying it 

Edit: under shelter of course...

I am at work, but did watch it come down hard here in downtown Dayton and my back yard via webcam.

 

At its heaviest, the rain was coming down at 9.29 inches per hour!

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I’m at work but just made my way upstairs to watch some fun. Everyone’s phones keep going off for the flash flood warnings around here.

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LOL..Posted to wrong thread :)

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49 minutes ago, ClicheVortex2014 said:

Unusually quiet for the SW OH people getting hit by 2 squalls. Hopefully they’re outside enjoying it 

Edit: under shelter of course...

was pretty cool with the wind and heavy rain that came through. just wish there was some thunder! lol.  Lot of flooded roads. stay safe everyone 

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There was a tornado warning west of Columbus. Wasn’t much there but certainly enough to issue the warning. Also might be something with the warning ILN posted east of Cincinnati

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1 hour ago, RobB said:

I am at work, but did watch it come down hard here in downtown Dayton and my back yard via webcam.

 

At its heaviest, the rain was coming down at 9.29 inches per hour!

I was at work too and watched it move in. That rain was like a whiteout. I couldn't see anything out the window.

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1 hour ago, ClicheVortex2014 said:

There was a tornado warning west of Columbus. Wasn’t much there but certainly enough to issue the warning. Also might be something with the warning ILN posted east of Cincinnati

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Local news says a tornado may have touched down. They say there are reports of tree damage and possible damage of a firehouse. The met also showed the cc map at the time of the warning and it showed a possible weak debris signature. 

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there's been some reports of possible tornado touch down in clark county. 

 

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I slept through it all :classic_laugh: Woke up briefly to some thunder that's it.

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2 tornado reports today, both in the Ohio Valley. The report does say there was a debris signature, as Snowlover said.

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9 hours ago, ClicheVortex2014 said:

Solid squall formed in the lower OV. Threat for embedded tornadoes due to the LEWPy nature of it

(not sure if I have the power to do it now, but can we add LEWP to our glossary @PlanetMaster? It’s line echo wave pattern, a type of squall that produces a series of bow echos (high-end wind damage) and embedded tornadoes https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_echo_wave_pattern)

 

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Will add this in.

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The location in SW IN that saw a tornado about 9 hours ago is already below freezing. 

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Just had the back end of the front come through. Had to have been 50mph gusts and 40mph sustained for about 10 minutes. Gonna watch the temps D-rop (Beastie voice) like a rock!!!

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looks like they confirmed a weak tornado touched down in clark county. 

 

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