A rare tornado recently ripped through North Dakota critically injuring a 15-year old girl and eight other people at a workers' camp. The twister was caught on video by a man named Dan Yorgason, which was uploaded to his YouTube account. Watch the terrifying twister bare down on the two as they try to take cover in a pickup. Warning: there is lots of NSFW language used in this video.
With the severe weather season upon us, it is important to stay up to date with changing conditions. Part of that is understanding the difference between a warning and a watch. If you're not sure what the difference is, I'm going to show you, so that you know exactly what to do when one of these watches or warnings are issued.
If you were sleeping under a rock last week, you missed one of the most incredible videos of a cat saving a boy from a dog attack, Abilene being picked as one of the windiest cities in America, and of course, some smokin' hot girls
If you like checking out thunderstorms like I do, then you're definitely going to dig this video. Texas Storm Chasers have released an amazing time-lapse video of a developing super cell in Texas, which you can watch now.
A huge tornado outbreak happened Sunday April 28th claiming several lives and leaving a path of destruction several miles long. Hardest hit was in Mayflower, Arkansas where a twister leveled houses to the foundation. A drone video of the damage path was uploaded by YouTube user Brian Emfinger, which you can now watch.
Now that we're in the severe weather season, it is important to always be prepared in case a severe weather outbreak happens. Another way that will help you when severe weather strikes, is by signing up for alerts using the CodeRed weather warning system.
When I did my forecast yesterday (Monday March 10th) I saw that we could be in for wind gusts of up to 50 mph today. So, I posted on my Facebook page that those wind speeds are close to an EF 0 tornado. I immediately got a few messages asking me what an EF meant. So, I decided to throw a little knowledge at you on what exactly the EF scale is.
Spring is typically the time of year when we see tornadoes in the Abilene and surrounding area. And, it's always a good idea to brush up on your tornado knowledge, as well as reviewing safety measures to help you prepare for the season. So, here's some facts and tips that anybody living in 'Tornado Alley' should be aware of.
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