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Severe weather strikes the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys

March 2, 2012 - 03:18 PM
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The biggest severe weather outbreak since last April 27-28 is unfolding today in parts of the U.S. Find out more here.

In what will be the biggest tornado outbreak since the April 27-28 Outbreak of last year, today has already seen numerous reports of tornadoes and damage across the U.S. A High Risk for severe storms was put out by the Storm Prediction Center. That only occurs a few times per year and so far this system has lived up to the warning. Be sure to check out all of the links below to follow the system and keep an eye on it as it heads east.

Storm Chaser's Live Cams - This is the only one I could get to work as of late as I am sure these sites are getting a ton of traffic.

Storm Chaser's Live Camera on Ustream

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Storm Reports so far today

Current Watch Boxes

Storm Analysis Products for Weather Enthusiasts and Meteorologists

 Below you can see on the left a reflectivity image of a supercell thunderstorm located to the north of Louisville, KY with a noticable debris ball at the bottom of the comma. This signifies debris in the atmosphere picked up on radar that could only be there by a tornado on the ground.

Reflectivity and Velocity Image of a storm just north of Louisville, KY


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