Once in a while, I'll see a hypothetical tornado conveniently hit one major city/landmark and then another major city/landmark. I don't know why, but I hate those ones. I believe that those are unreal and/or fictitious. I once saw a hypothetical tornado page about a hypothetical tornado that hit Moore than El Reno! I don't know about you but that triggers me somehow. Another time I encountered a stupid page was my own story. I think I called it something like, "2002 Washington, DC - Baltimore Tornado." I blame my youngness for making something so stupid. Another thing I hate is bad spelling + convenient tornado paths, there the worst combination. Do you agree?
so the reason why i am not on as often is because i have been demotivated by school and chores
and no one respons to me on my posts so i am sad to say i am possibly leaving fandom.
here are the articles
Cullman al tornado of 2023
an EF-5 that destroyed half of cullman
Tornadoes of 2023 (Daniel)
a record breaking tornado season all over the US
Last night, auite a few tornadoes occurred in Tennessee and Arkansas, with at least one being reported in both Louisiana and Texas, both being PDS.
Fortunately, so far, it appears that no fatalities resulted from the twisters. However, significant damage did occur in towns such as Lexington, Tennessee, De Witt, Arkansas and Middlefork, Texas.
I looked at some of the damage in Lexington on video, and it looked to me like high end EF3 damage, with at least one home reduced to timbers.
this is for the sole reason of getting the Tornado Warning badge it doesn't mean anything
IDK if I'll be returning or not, but there could be a chance. While you are here, check out my most recent tornado, (as of 01/21/21) 2021 Raleigh, North Carolina Tornado. Byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
How can I create those tables with the list of tornadoes? I don't know how.
I am CyclonicWrath765, though you can call me CW if you want! Since i'm new to this wiki, i don't know much about it, so if anyone has any tips, i would like to know! Thx! :D
I'm back. In case you didn't know I returned a few weeks ago and I'm planning to make the most of it. I will be much more active than I was on the wiki, and probably more active on discord too. The reason I left was because I had a ton going on at the time. Now I don't really care too much about school, so I'll probably be doing this in the middle of class. I haven't planned on making outbreaks, but I'll probably make a few tornadoes here and there. Even though I'm not a staff member, you can still ask me questions since I've been on this server for 9 months. I'm glad to be back and I hope I can stay!
tornado outbreak sequence of may 12-29
tornadoes of 2019 (endercat)
tornado outbreak of october 29-november 2
tornadoes of 2025 (endercat)
tornado outbreak sequence of june 1-17
tornadoes of 2040
tornado outbreak of february 20-22
copyright 2020 endercat
hi i'm tornadoperson aka endercatfx on discord
today was my first ay on the wiki and i love posting comments and replying
tornadoes of 2027
tornado outbreak of may 20-23 2026 2 EF5 7 EF4 13 EF3 29 EF2 65 EF1 105 EF0
tornadoes of 2039
tornado outbreak of march 2-10 2027 (part of tornadoes of 2027)
Hello. I jsut wanted to give a quick update here. I will probably be inactive much more now, as school is catching up to me. I am currently swamped in assignments, so I will most likely not have enough time to edit here as frequently as I was. I will still be active on discord, so if you need to ask anything, please see me there. Thanks.
Today/tomorrow at around 11:00-1:00, I will finally work on Christmas Week Outbreak of 2022 again. I will continue to work on it until Tuesday when I have to go back to school.
Tomorrow, I will continue work efforts on my page, The Christmas Week Outbreak of 2022. Hopefully, I will finish this page someday.
Check out my new page https://hypotheticaltornadoes.fandom.com/wiki/2021_Massachusetts_may_20th-24th_Tornado_outbreak I go into alot detail on it so feel free to leave a suggestion or edit i should make in the comments
Hello Hypothetical Tornado enthusiasts,
I want to take this time to advertise our Discord server. It seems that we have a lot of new, wonderful, and active users. While we enjoy editing and creating our hypothetical masterpieces, most of our conversations take place on Discord. The atmosphere is inviting to all users young and old, as well as those uneducated and experienced in the field of weather itself. We want to extend our server invite to those involved solely on the wiki/fandom page so that we can present the opportunity of you getting to know your fellow users better so that you all feel more involved and welcomed to our community. The link to join Discord is on the homepage. The app is free and works on mobile and desktop devices. …
Hello, There Community of Hypothetical Tornadoes Wiki! If you don't know me I'm FrigidusMedicane, the first Italian staff member of this wiki. Today I have a special and sad announcement: I'm going to step down from the administration.
Well, I have a personal life. School is very hard and I have only a little time for making small edits also school gives me a lot of stress, considering that in 2022 I will have my maturity exams I will only get even busier leaving no time to focus here.
I will delete all my old social accounts, including this one, and leave the Discord Server. However, I will return sooner than you can expect under a new name with a variety of new accounts on Facebook, Twitter Deviant Art Ect..., also I'm founding a Discord S…
This is a place where you and other users can chat about tropical cyclones, supercells, tornadoes, heatwaves, floods, anything weather related. Remember to get along, chat, have fun, and Enjoy! If you want to see my first or newest articles, here are some links: My First Article: The Baton Rouge Tornado My most recent pages: May 2-4 Super Tornado Outbreak or May 8-10 Severe Weather Outbreak .
When i was at home and there was a thunderstorm i was home alone and on tv a tornado watch has issued in my area so i called my mom and she said everthing is gonna be ok and i need to go in the bathroom so i did and picked everthing i needed and hided in the bathtub. I listened to the radio and a tornado warning has issued for the area. And i was super alert i watched cameras installed around my house and yeah i saw the tornado it was pretty huge and close. And later on i was asleep and when i woke up it was rainy but the tornado was gone i later heard it was a ef 4 tornado
First off, im sorry to any admin is this is not supposed to be written on a blog post. I just thought like I need to talk about this.
It is looking more and more likely that there is going to be a pontentially deadly severe weather outbreak on Easter Sunday. The SPC has already issued a Day 3 MDT, which had not been issued since May 2019. A 45% Hatched area of severe weather is noted, which coincides with a High risk. This could be a January 11 event, or worse. I hope everybody knows what is going on and knows what to do. Stay safe, y'all.
With the potential Tornado Outbreak happening on Easter Sunday, I'm here to predict 19 violent/deadly tornadoes that could occur in this severe event. The number 19 is synonymous to the Covid Pandemic. I won't be putting a predicting death count in this. You can guess yourself. Here we go:
1. Winnsboro, LA (1/3 mile wide - EF-4)
2. Tallulah/Richmond, LA (1/4 mile wide - High End EF-3)
3. Outside of Vicksburg, MS (1/3 mile wide - High End EF-3)
4. Western Hills/Pearl/Brandon, MS (3/4 mile wide - EF-5)
5. Louisville, MS (1/2 mile wide - EF-4)
6. Starkville, MS (1/2 mile wide - High End EF-4)
7. Macon, MS/Aliceville,AL (2/3 mile wide - EF-5)
8. Corinith, MS (1/4 mile wide - EF4)
9. Aberdeen, MS (1/6 mile wide - High End EF-3)
10. Anthens/North Huntsvi…
Here's a list of ideas for articles that I may make in the future.
2023 St. Thomas, Ontario Tornado
2030 Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Tornado
2021 McAllen, Texas Tornado
2024 Toronto, Ontario Tornado
2032 Zanesville, Ohio Tornado
2029 Richmond, Virginia Tornado
2025 Great Nebraska Tornado Outbreak
2036 Charlotte, N.C Tornado
2026 Windsor, Ontario Tornado
2031 Talladega-Anniston, Alabama Tornado
2033 Lubbock, Texas Tornado
2039 Edmonton, Alberta Tornado Outbreak
This spectacular image by Jodi Mair was taken on I-39, north of Rochelle, as the tornado moved across rural farmland in Ogle County.
- On April 9, 2015, one of the most violent and photogenic tornadoes in recent history touched down and travelled for 30 miles across rural parts of northern Illinois. The tornado would damage or destroy homes and farmsteads near the communities of Rochelle, Lindenwood, and directly hit the town on Fairdale. An EF4 rating was given by the National Weather Service due to intense damage surveyed in Ogle County. This rating has been debated among weather enthusiasts on whether the tornado deserved an EF5 rating due to the intensity of the damage surveyed.
- The tornado touched down in Lee County at 6:39 p.m. CDT a…
- Violent tornadoes in the United States mostly occur in the states between the Rocky and Appalachian mountain ranges due to the favorable atmospheric conditions that make the central U.S. so volatile to severe weather. However, strong and even violent tornadoes have and can occur in states well outside this region, one of them being the state of Virginia. This post discusses and analyzes the only two F4 tornadoes recorded so far in Virginia’s weather history: the 1993 Petersburg-Colonial Heights tornado and the 2001 Culpeper County tornado.
Petersburg - Colonial Heights - August 6, 1993
- On August 6, 1993, the largest tornado outbreak in Virginia’s history took place as 18 tornadoes touched down across Virginia, one which was a violent F4 …
So I was the 47,000th edit on this wiki. Thats pretty cool. I went from rank 56 to 47 in 2 seconds. Thats pretty neato burrito if I do say so myself.
Im only writing this log post to get a neato burrito award.
On September 26, 2019, I was one of the happiest people alive at the time. I had become a chat moderator. I was introduced to many new things on the wiki. I was a chat moderator for some good time, through my punishment. It was hard for me to be off discord for a month. When I came back there were people waiting for me and it was nice to know the community had my back. Shortly after I came back on November 27, 2019 I became a rollback. Again, I was excited to be helping out the wiki that I loved. I wasn’t a rollback for long though. Shortly after becoming a rollback, I was nominated til a higher position yet again. I was very excited to have partial access to the admin dashboard. It was only recently though that I became an Administrator. …
It seems that the administration made me a chat moderator.
well, it was very unexpected!
"A surprise to be sure but a welcomed one" - Sheev Palpatine (Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace)
anyways my greatest thanks for who believed in me for being a chat moderator!
It has come to my attentin that the SPC has put a 30% risk of severe weather on friday for the Arklatex region, as well as for saturday in the deep south. According to the SPC's description of what they think may happen on that day, their will be prime conditions for all hazards, including tornadoes. I want to know what your guys' opinion on this is on this.
Today we have an enhanced risk of severe weather with a 10% for some tornadoes. I personally will be tracking the weather today into tonight. I am personally hoping for Some EF2 and possibly EF3 tornadoes but no fatalities. Happy weather tracking! Here is a link to the severe weather outlook: https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/day1otlk.html
Update: There is no longer a 10% chance for tornadoes, rather a 15% chance for significant tornadoes. We already had a possibly violent tornado go through Alexandria, Louisiana. There is also a Moderate risk for severe weather now. Keep on the lookout for more updates!
Hello HTW users.
I am pleased to announce that we have created a "Tornado Reanalysis " page. This page is open for input by all users. If you believe that a tornado is overrated or underrated, feel free to add to this page. If you do not have permission to edit this page, be sure to let an admin know, and we will add your thoughts for you (this is for security purposes). Be sure to read the page's introduction to be sure you follow the page's guidelines.
Today on November 26, 2019 we have an enhanced risk for severe weather with a 5% chance for some tornadoes. There is a possibility for a higher risk for tornadoes if the storm prediction center feels they there needs to be. On Friday we have a 15% chance for severe weather in the central plains. Keep on the lookout for updates on that. To get more information you can google Severe Weather Outlook. Below are our current outlook images.
It has come to my attention that there are some stub pages on our wiki. Our policy states that:
"All pages must be of a decent length, with around at least 500 words of written text (this means that templates, images, and headers are not included). Pages that do not comply (stubs) will be marked for deletion after two weeks and the owner notified. If the page is not expanded within two weeks, it will be deleted without further notification. Due to our policy on page management, it is advised that if you are going on vacation anytime soon to notify the admins (though we will find out if you were lying)."
I will be cleaning up some pages over the next few days, so please comply with the policy if you are the owner of a short page.
From now on, I will only post the outlook on dates where there is higher than a marginal risk. It is too time consuming to write about days with only a marginal risk and unnecessary. Tune into your local weather stations to find the severe weather.
Today seems to be a less exciting day with only a slight chance for severe weather and a 2% chance for tornadoes. This severe weather will take place in Michigan and parts of Ohio. There is a 15% chance for severe wind and a 5% chance hail. Pictures are posted below and I will post updates as needed.
NWS Storm Prediction Center @ https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/day1otlk.html
Today we have another enhanced risk for severe weather, with a 5% chance for tornadoes and a 15% chance for wind and hail. Pictures are provided below, and as usual, everything is from the National Weather Service.
Today we have another enhanced risk for severe storms going into today. There is a 5% chance for tornadoes, a 15% chance for severe wind, and a 30% chance for hail, some of that possibly being severe. This weather will take place in Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, and Nebraska mainly. Pictures are posted below. I would like to take a second to remember all those who lost their lives in the tragedy of September 11, 2001 and the brave firefighters who marched into the towers. I will post updates on the severe weather as needed.
Sources: NWS Storm Prediction Center @ https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/day1otlk.html