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The 2020 Philadelphia 2020 Mega Tornado also referred as The Tornado from Hell. It had the highest confirmed fatalities, wind speed, and injuries in all of human history. It was recorded as of an EF6 rating.

Summary

Near Delaware County, Pennsylvania, the storm is very weak, barely making its way over the Appalachian Mountains. The storm did produce one tornado, which would be known for the rest of time as "The Tornado from Hell".

This thunderstorm spawned only one tornado, touching down in a small town in Delaware County, Pennsylvania at 5:12 PM EST. The storm rapidly picked up strength reaching EF4 status in just 10 minutes. It tore through Delaware County, claiming the lives of 29 civilians, among them, 17 children in a daycare on the on the outskirts of town were massacred by this monstrous work of the devil. The storm eventually decided to go southwest and into the northeast corner of Chester County, and during that time reached EF5 status, taking the lives of 152 people and injuring around 200 others.

The storm began to weaken, but to the residents of Philadelphia County's dismay the storm grew to a monumental size of 2.15 miles wide. This buzzsaw of wind and death was churning its way straight to Philadelphia.

Upon reaching Philadelphia it managed to reach a terrifying width of 2.15 miles wide. It had screeching winds of over 470 mph (477). The tornado also produced satellites, these satellites reached EF4 and EF5 status on their own. A tornado warning for the city was issued around an hour before the tornado actually arrived (transcript below.)

Alas, the tornado finally dissipated at around 9:34 EST in-front of a destroyed West Philadelphia. It did not dissipate without claiming around 1.354 million lives, injuring 2.231 million others and causing damage estimated to be 823 billion USD.

Warning Transcript:

*BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. (awkward radio silence)*

The National Weather Service has issued a TORNADO WARNING to the citizens of Philadelphia. Details about the approaching tornado includes:

  • Screeching 470+ mph winds
  • Satellite Tornadoes reaching EF4 and EF5 status on their own
  • Already claimed 181 lives

The following situation is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS if you are in the danger zone get to an underground shelter or safe room immediatly.

*BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. (awkward radio silence)*

30 minutes later:

*BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. (awkward radio silence)*

The National Weather Service has emitted a Civil Danger Warning. What ever it takes get to an underground shelter immediatly, a tornado of the following properties is approaching West Philadelphia at an alarming rate:

  • Screeching 470+ mph winds
  • Satellite Tornadoes reaching EF4 and EF5 status on their own
  • Already claimed 181 lives

Above-ground safe rooms ARE NO LONGER SAFE, LEAVE THEM IMMEDIATLY AND GET TO AN UNDERGROUND SHELTER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

IF YOU ARE NOT UNDERGROUND..

(awkward radio silence)

YOU WILL NOT SURVIVE.

*BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. BEEP.. (awkward radio silence)*

*end transmission*

NWS Warning Bulletins

Tornado Warning
PAC029-045-101-200610-
/O.COR.KPHI.TO.W.0056.200610T1212Z.200610T0112Z/

BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
Tornado Warning
National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mt Holly PA
812 PM EDT Wed Jun 10 2020

The National Weather Service in Philadelphia has issued a

* Tornado Warning for...
  Northeastern Chester County in southeast Pennsylvania…
  North Delaware County in southeast Pennsylvania…
  West Philadelphia County in southeast Pennsylvania…

  This includes the City of Philadelphia...

* Until 9:12 PM EDT.
* At 910 PM EDT, a confirmed extremely large and violent tornado
  that was in northeast Chester County earlier has changed direction
  and is now travelling east and approaching West Philadelphia, at 70 mph.

  TORNADO EMERGENCY FOR PHILADELPHIA AND SURROUNDING AREAS. THIS IS A LIFE-OR-DEATH
  SITUATION. SEEK SHELTER NOW! SEEK A PLACE OF SAFETY NOW!

  HAZARD...Deadly tornado with record-breaking wind speeds, with screeching winds of
  more than 470 mph, 3 miles wide tornado with tennis ball size hail, with satellite
  tornadoes reaching EF4 and EF5 status on their own.

  SOURCE...Radar, public, and emergency management.

  IMPACT...TAKE IMMEDIATE TORNADO PRECAUTIONS! THIS IS A POTENTIAL MASS-CASUALTY SITUATION.
  You may be killed if not in an underground shelter. Flying debris may be deadly to those
  caught without shelter. Well built homes and businesses will be completely swept from
  their foundations, mobile homes will be obliterated, cars, trucks, busses and even planes
  will be tossed around like toys, possibly for miles. The majority of industrial buildings
  will become non functional. Power outages will last for weeks, as most power poles will
  be taken down and transformers will be non functional. Most of the City of Philadelphia
  will be unhabitable for weeks, perhaps even longer.

Locations impacted by this tornado include...
Philadelphia, Jenkintown, Springfield, Chester, Aston, Camden, Cherry Hill, Cinnaminson,
Moorestown, Deptford, Conshohocken, Swedesbord.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

To repeat, a large, extremely dangerous, and potentially deadly tornado is on the ground.
To protect your life, TAKE COVER NOW! Move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a sturdy
building. Avoid windows. If in a mobile home, a vehicle or outdoors, move to the nearest
substantial shelter and protect yourself from flying debris.

&&

TORNADO...OBSERVED
TORNADO DAMAGE THREAT...APOCALYPTIC
HAIL...2.50 IN

$$

WH
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