Today appears to be a little more exciting than the last few days, with a slight chance fore severe weather in east Colorado and surrounding areas. We don’t however, have a large chance for tornadoes, with less than a 2% chance. We have a 15% chance for severe wind, and 5% chance for hail. Images from the National Weather Service are below. Updates will be posted if needed. Accurate as of 11:00 AM CDT.
NWS Storm Prediction Center @ https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/day1otlk.html
Today is another calm day in the United States for Severe Weather, as we only have a marginal chance for severe storms to pop up. We have a 2% chance for tornadoes in parts of Nebraska and Kansas. We also have a 5% chance for hail in those areas with Washington and Oregon added to the mix. Similar areas apply for hail. Pictures are shown below; I will post updates as needed.
NWS Storm Prediction Center @ https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/
Today, there is a marginal chance for severe weather, with only a 2% chance for tornadoes in North Carolina. There is a 5% chance fore severe wind and 5% chance for hail. The areas that could see severe weather are North Carolina, Idaho, Wyoming, and Colorado. Pictures of the outlook posted below. This is accurate as of 7:20 AM CDT
Sources: Courtesy of NWS Storm Prediction center @ https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/
A good recommendation for tornado tracking would be TornadoHQ. They do a nice job with a live interactive map. They have all the information you could want on this site! You can visit this site @ http://www.tornadohq.com/live/
As hurricane Dorian tracks closer and closer to the Carolinas, many people are concerned with what severe weather could be produced there. The main part of severe weather is in Eastern North Carolina, with an enhanced risk there. There is a marginal risk for Wisconsin and parts of Minnesota. There is actually a 15% chance for tornadoes in Jacksonville North Carolina and surrounding areas. Pictures of what is happening below. One mare area of concern in in Washington state. There is only a marginal risk for severe storms there. As you will notice, there isn’t a great risk for wind or hail, due to the severe weather being produced by a hurricane. Hurricanes don’t normally have hail. This post is accurate as of September 5th 9:55 CDT
For my next page, I decided to go with the same year, but talk about an earlier outbreak that I had mentioned in my other page. I decided to go with something larger. This outbreak will have three EF5s and seven EF4s. There will also be seventeen EF3 tornadoes. This will be an exciting outbreak as you can see. Stay tuned for more information regarding this outbreak.
For May second page, I decided to zest things up a bit and go with a discussion page. This page is a Reanalysis page that takes another look at tornadoes that were rated in the “high end” of their category. Most of these tornadoes will be EF4s that had controversial EF5 damage but were officially rated EF4 join the discussion on the page @ https://hypotheticaltornadoes.fandom.com/wiki/Tornado_Reanalysis_(TornadoMaster)
This page will go into depth about creating my first tornado outbreak. When creating my first outbreak, I went to Wikipedia for something to base it off of. While I didn’t go with a specific outbreak, I looked at the formatting. I also decided to start with something small. I didn’t want to create a super outbreak for my first run through. At first I decided to do 1 EF4 in the Outbreak and the rest would b come later. I later decided to add another high end EF4 tornado and a tornado family to give this outbreak some attraction by users on the site. I also wanted to make it interesting to read, because I have read outbreaks that aren’t exciting to read because they were so short. So I worked hard on my meteorological synopsis and notable to…
Hey, I'm Adam! I just joined th wiki and I'm wondering if there is any tips on what I can/should do on the wiki.
Thanks - Adam
Hello, auditions for Season 10 of Tornado Idol are now open. Auditions are open from now until August 25 when Season 10 begins. Remember, you can submit any tornado that no users have submitted for Season 10 yet. In addition, no user can suubmit a tornado that previously won a season. User submissions can be submitted through our discord or through the Tornado Idol/Auditions Page. In addition, until Season 9 is over, the 1974 Saylor Park, Ohio F5, the 1992 Chandler, Minnesota F5, and the 1999 Bridge Creek-Moore, Oklahoma F5 can't be submitted due to all three being in the final three. However, whichever one of the three wins, only that specific tornado can't be submitted for Season 10.
Thanks - Hitman
Hello fellow users of the wiki. The competition of Tornado Idol is still ongoing. We are down to the Top 6 and once we get down to the top 3, everyone can place their vote for which tornado they want to win Tornado Idol Season 9.
I will also post other things on the hypothetical disasters and hypothetical hurricanes wiki, so make sure to check those out.
This article is gonna be the second 2019 Super Outbreak. This is after the first that actually happened in May. This is gonna be long with at first, a good amount of tornadoes, then a dry period, then the second wave, which is bigger. I hope everyone stays around to see my article when I'm done.
Hello hello.. You may know me as Weather Psycho these days, but recently I somehow remembered my login to this account, and for all the memories it has, I think I'll swap back to it. I may bounce between my accounts depending on devices and such, but hope it clears it up either way
A Moderate Risk of Severe Weather has been issued by the SPC. A very small 15% hatched risk of tornadoes is in effect for Amarillo, Pampa, Borger, and Caynon, Texas. I will post an update either when I get home from school, or after lunch. This is a very dangerous day.
On this day, 20 years ago, one of the most powerful tornadoes of all time tore through Bridge Creek and Moore, Oklahoma. This tornado was rated F5 killed 36 people caused $1 billion in damages adjusted for inflation it would be $1.5 billion dollars. It also had measured winds of 301 MPH, which are the highest recorded on earth. EVER.
A tornado hit Ruston,Lousiana causing severe damage and killing 5 people.Damage is reported at Louisiana Tech Sports Facilities.It was an EF3.
My school wi-fif blocks this not the chromebook. YEET. NVM i can edit from school
Having been a weather hobbyist for around the last 10 years or so, I decided to join this community in order to post hypothetical (yet fairly-realistic) tornado outbreak scenarios. I have started work on one of these scenarios, the April 2029 tornado outbreak sequence. I am also exploring the idea of incorporating at least one of my scenarios into some type of story in the future as well (including possibly in the YA genre, namely where the main character has to deal with the aftermath).
After hearing about the Alabama tornadoes, and hearing that 23 deaths have been confirmed, I wanted to know if anyone from Alabama is okay. If you are, and are able to comment, then that would be appreaciated.
At the time of writing this, there has been a confirmed 23 fatalities from possibly multiple significant to violent tornadoes in Northeastern Alabama. Depending on how many fatalities are confirmed by a single event, it seems that we have seen the most amount of fatalities from one single tornado since the 2013 Moore, Oklahoma EF5. If possible, either myself or another user in this community can post updates.
Update: The NWS has updtated one of the tornadoes from March 3rd's event to an EF4, making it the first violent tornado in the United States since the Eustace-Canton, Texas EF4 on April 29, 2017.
Hey guys! I am DixieAlley, and I am a new user here on this Wiki. I have been exploring and contributing to Hypothetical Tornadoes for about a week now, trying to figure out how this community operates and contributes. I am currently working on Tornado Outbreak of January 26-28, 2020 along with other pages related to the event. While this site is hypothetical, I am trying to make the event as realistic as possible, with some interesting extremes involved. Realistically, the articles will take time. I have no estimate regarding when they will be finished, but I'll update them as frequently as possible.
Hope that everyone is enjoying life and whatnot.
I MADE 100 EDITS. At least me getting blocked in HHW made me accomplish this goal. Who wants Ice Cream y'all?
For the first time since June(?) of last year, I have all of the edits in the last 4 edits. And yes I am fully returning as of now, my activity on Hypothetical Tornadoes Wiki will go back up now that I have some new ideas in my head. So yes, I am returning - Blackford
Severe weather hit the Midwestern United States today, including twin tornadoes in Marshalltown, Iowa causing severe damage to buildings and homes. From the pictures I viewed, it seemed to be a big wedge tornado causing probably, most likely, EF2 to EF3 damage to at least 3 homes in the vacinity of the city.
A total of a confirmed 27 twisters touched down. One tornado was rated EF3 that hit the town of Pella. More violent storms and tornadoes are expected on Friday, July 20, 2018.
Hey guys! For those of you who do not know me, I am MrTwister0331. I am relatively new to this wiki, but I have quickly caught on and now I have multiple projects I plan to work on. For those of you who are interested, here is what they are:
- 2035 Wheeler, Texas EF1 tornado - 2022 Pebble Beach, California EF0 tornado - 2033 Henly, Texas EF5 tornado - 2019 Lakeway, Texas EF4 tornado - 2022 Ridgely, Maryland EF2 tornado - 2030 Washington Mills, New York EF3 tornado - 2022 Lynchburg, Missouri EF3 tornado - 2021 Meta, Missouri EF4 tornado - 2024 Rodney Village, Delaware EF3 tornado - 2019 Pulaski, Iowa EF4 tornado
Please be patient as it will take a while to complete all of these. Please do not steal any of these ideas and write about them your…
I have put together a gallery of notable tornadoes in the "Dixie Alley" region of the United States in recent years. To be considered "notable" for this list, a tornado needs to have been at least EF2 strength, killed three or more people, OR have remained on the ground for more than 35 miles. Only tornadoes in the "Dixie Alley" states (Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida Panhandle, Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee) are considered for this list.
I will be using these images in my articles, but anyone is welcome to use them. Note that this gallery is under construction.
- 1 2010
- 1.1 Yazoo City, Mississippi EF4
- 1.2 Good Hope, Alabama EF2
- 1.3 Richland, Mississippi EF2
- 2 2011
- 2.1 Clinton, Mississippi EF3
- 2.2 Scooba, Mississippi EF3
- 2.3 Leakesville, Mississippi …
You can just ask me anytime, just explain the location and what risks you want, and I can make them whenever I have the time, just comment on this blog, or DM me on discord @ SmokeJaw#9638.
Will the "How to make a page" videos be deleted or re-uploaded? Because ever since they added the templates its been easier. I suggest making a video on how to use the templates or the reference sheets
Sincearly - SmokeJaw
Does anyone know how to get a photo for infobox tornado new? I want to make an outbreak with it but it won't let me insert photos.
Hey guys, again...long time no see (since December actually) and since Spring 2018 has come, I might as well tell you guys where I have been in life, I am currently working on a massive EAS scenario over on my YouTube channel (the EAS is the Emergency Alert System)...so far it is 40 minutes long of the planned 60-70 minute run time...I have been doing fine, and I will be offline yet again for most of April due to me being in Mexico during that time. my second newest article, Tornado outbreak sequence of April 13-18, 2018 is linked to that EAS scenario I just mentioned, I hope I will return back to my regular activity sooner or later - Blackford (NoJO)
Long time no see, I am returning to the wiki after many months of little editing, I have not forgot about the wiki. Formerly being a major figure, I will most likely return to my activity from before I became head-bureaucrat next year, see you guys later and peace out ;) Oh yeah, and Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night! (Unless you are on the other side of the world) - NoJO
You may still see me rarely update pages and make comments. The reason why I have not done a full scale return is because I have done everything that I can think about. Now I may return next year, and may do a great recovery.
I am renaming, I cannot give info at this time...as it will be a surprise, My activity will go up again as time goes on.
- I just got a copy of Sonic the Hedgehog 2 for the Sega Genesis (Mega Drive in Europe; Asia and Japan)
- I got a broken Dell Optiplex 745, it is being replaced.
- Some other private crap that I will not and cannot share.
Anyone wanna play Cards Against Humanity with me?
CycloneRyne94 (talk) 00:44, August 7, 2017 (UTC)
Friday, 7-31-1987. 30 years ago to this day is a day that many in the Canadian city of Edmonton refer to as 'Black Friday'. It is no wonder--as this day marks the anniversary of a violent F4 tornado that tore through the city, killing 27 people in its 19 mile path of destruction, and caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage.
Weather forecasts issued during the morning and early afternoon of July 31, 1987 by Environment Canada revealed a high potential for unusually severe thunderstorms that afternoon, particularly for the Edmonton area due to a cold front that developed over western Alberta, colliding with the warm moist air that persisted over the region fom the previous week. The system in place had already set off a series of str…
I have some questions for everybody. Here is one- what wind speed would an M3 tornado be?
Here is the other- would an African tornado have a special name?
Well this is rather stupid.. I was hoping to be more active by now and yet my Article making Inspiration keeps getting shot.
It's weird, I really dont understand why my Article Making Inspiration (or whatever else you wanna call it) has been so bad this year.. especially after the extra active years of 2015-16.. and it's not just here that im seeing the problem but on the other wikis..
But i do have an idea for sunday (Aka: Cards Against Humanity Sunday, as i would call it) that will hopefully help in some way.
CycloneRyne94 (talk) 18:10, July 21, 2017 (UTC)
Ok, as most people can tell...my activity has gone way down since I became Head Bureaucrat, however it is becoming harder and harder to make pages on Wikia, and I am announcing my retirement from the Administration of Hypothetical Tornadoes Wiki, I may return again if Visual Editor gets fixed, but until then I will likely be rarely editing, I am discontinuing my adminstrator place. farewell - NoJO
No, this does not mean I will stop editing pages!
Hey Guys, would anyone like to join me on Cards Against Humanity?
CycloneRyne94 (talk) 00:53, July 17, 2017 (UTC)
Hello everyone! Brickcraft1 here!
This blog is about the severe weather being caused by TD 4's remnants along the gulf coast, particarlly my location. The main threat with these storms is extremely heavy downpours. For instance, it has rained 3.32 inches in about an hour here. However, some of these storms have gotten strong. Strong winds are occurring, and a storm yesterday produced hail to my South.
I feel like the SPC should issue a Marginal risk becuase of this, but that's my opinion.
Thanks for reading
Brickcraft1 (talk) Have a great day! 20:29, July 15, 2017 (UTC)
I thought i'd stop by to invite you guys to come play Cards Against Humanity (Online) with me at 8:45 PM on Sunday.
I usually just ask the guys on Hypothetical Hurricanes this but i thought maybe you guys might want in on my bi-weekly "Cards Against Humanity Sunday" thing.
CycloneRyne94 (talk) 23:49, July 14, 2017 (UTC)
NOTE: UNDER CONSTRUCTION
First of all, happy first week of July to everyone. As well as being the peak month for severe weather in Canada, July is also the heart of "derecho season" across most of North America and Europe. I'll admit that even though I'm fascinated by all thunderstorms, derechoes are special. I think they're the second-most interesting type of severe weather behind supercells, probably the most visually impressive, and easily the most terrifying, at least in my opinion.
As I'm sure everyone here knows, derechoes are intense straight-line windstorms that are pushed ahead of a fast-moving quasi-linear convective system (squall line). Because of this, a derecho is almost always oriented north to south and moves roughly northea…
Eugene has became a major hurricane with 111MPH winds, Category 3 Hurricane Eugene is located in the Pacific Ocean off the Baja California pensicula. Eugene was originally supposed to be a Category 1 hurricane at its peak with a peak expected of 80MPH, it now has 116MPH winds as of the time of this blog post.