Do you know the difference between severe weather WATCHES and WARNINGS? A WATCH means severe storms or tornadoes might form and affect your area. A WARNING means it’s time to take action! A severe storm or tornado is expected in your area. #SeverePrep #ILwx
Iowa Severe Weather Awareness Week is later this month. This is the time to dust off your severe weather safety plan. The tornado drill on Wednesday the 24th at 11 AM. NO Test Watch/Warning, but it'll be in conjunction with the weekly NOAA Weather Radio Test. #iawx #SWAW
Using electrical components from RS, an extraordinary group of engineers built the first new main line steam locomotive ‘Tornado’ in Britain since 1960 - from scratch! Watch our short documentary to find out how: @60163_Tornado #ByYourSide #SteamEng
NEW: Tornado Watch for Florida Panhandle through 4pm. While thunderstorms are expected for our area, severe weather will remain north of Tampa Bay today.
Tornado watch expanded just to the west of our viewing area. #FirstAlertWX
PDS Tornado Watch # 199 is coming for Oklahoma. This is only the second watch in SPC history where every category of watch probabilities (torn, wind, hail) are at greater than 95%. The only other watch like this was issued for Alabama on 27 April 2011.
LATEST: - is a Category 2 storm #HurricaneLaura- 100 mph winds - 80 miles SSE of Shreveport, LA - Moving north at 15 mph - New tornado watch issued for parts of Arkansas, Mississippi and Louisiana until 4 PM CDT / 5 PM EDT
OH MY GOD. WATCH as an observed tornado just rips these houses to shreds in this Bondurant neighborhood.