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Mesoanalysis really liking this area

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Nothing confirmed. I don't think there's anything on the ground because the GIS data on GR2 shows there's trees and houses, yet no debris signature. I placed a red box on the heart of the drop in CC and it's not correlated to any reflectivity, so it's just clear air/strong inflow. I'm sure this thing is rapidly rotating and could put something substantial down any time.

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1 minute ago, PlanetMaster said:

@ClicheVortex2014 tireless man, kicking ass. Best coverage online...

Much appreciated! Unfortunately I'm about to take off though to watch a movie. Will continue to watch on Radarscope though. Like I said, probably just rotating really rapidly with nothing on the ground yet. With the sun setting, I'd imagine the cloud bases will lower a bit so that might kick off a tornado in the next hour.

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Looks like we're out of the woods for this one. The last line is about to pass us right now.

 

Also really appreciate the updates cliche. It's nice to almost have a personal warning system for storms and tornadic activity to be aware of storms before hand so I can take action if necessary. Being our first spring here, it's really nice to have your updates to be informed and ready for severe weather.

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Super res is back on RadarScope. Still strong inflow on the storm. 

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Looks like another supercell forming in northern Alabama. Let’s see if it materializes anything or struggles which has been the pattern most of the day. 

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Cell that was warned a bit ago in MS looks to try and be getting its act together again NW of Tuscaloosa.

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Tornado watch continued into TN and AL. 

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Around 100mph at 6k ft. There’s definitely not a lack of inflow with these storms just seems they can’t get going. 

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Very strange today how the supercells just couldn’t stay going. Only thing I could think of is the dry air sampled in the 21z Jackson sounding. Instability and shear definitely wasn’t lacking.

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