Skip to comments.Tornado watch for all of New England until 10 PM
Posted on 06/05/2010 11:57:01 AM PDT by LibFreeOrDie
TORNADO WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE FOR WT 263 NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 145 PM EDT SAT JUN 5 2010
TORNADO WATCH 263 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1000 PM EDT FOR THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS
NH . NEW HAMPSHIRE COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE
BELKNAP CARROLL CHESHIRE COOS GRAFTON HILLSBOROUGH MERRIMACK ROCKINGHAM STRAFFORD SULLIVAN $$
. MAINE COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE
ANDROSCOGGIN CUMBERLAND FRANKLIN KENNEBEC LINCOLN OXFORD SAGADAHOC YORK
CONNECTICUT COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE
HARTFORD TOLLAND WINDHAM
. MASSACHUSETTS COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE
BRISTOL ESSEX FRANKLIN HAMPDEN HAMPSHIRE MIDDLESEX NORFOLK PLYMOUTH SUFFOLK WORCESTER
RHODE ISLAND COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE
VERMONT COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE
ADDISON BENNINGTON CALEDONIA CHITTENDEN ESSEX FRANKLIN GRAND ISLE LAMOILLE ORANGE ORLEANS RUTLAND WASHINGTON WINDHAM WINDSOR
(Excerpt) Read more at erh.noaa.gov ...
Prayer said for all up there. (We get our fair share of tornadoes down here in northern Alabama.)
wont be the first time....
Wow. Don’t see this often, if ever.
Yup, I don’t remember seeing a watch this widespread.
Supposed to be going to a baseball game in New Britain, CT. Gonna have rethink this.
I could never figure out in tornado videos taken in Kansas etc. where the traffic on highways just keep on going like nothing unusual.
Are they that used to it that they know which way the tornado is going?
I didn't think so. I lived in VT for three years and no one ever mentioned tornadoes. I recall some pretty wicked wind and thunderstorms though.
I’ll keep my eyes peeled. If I see a twister, i’ll report it to Whitehouse.gov on the double.
Just saw this one my phone at Hampton Beach...and I thought I’d seen the last of these things after moving up here from Maryland.
Rest assured that the President will be on top of the situation from day one :)
Nothing major going on now.
Would you stop?
Yes, I was surprised at the forecast, given what the radar shows. Not sure how they issue a watch when there aren’t big t-storm cells/lines. Maybe based on computer models?
My sister is a forecaster with the national weather service and I’m trying to get a hold of her for some insight.
I blame this on my husband. Whenever he’s away, bad weather arrives.
We had an F2 on the ground for 40 miles, on a S-N track in 2008.
It was amazing how it took the forest like a vacuum cleaner.
Passed 1/2 mile from my house.
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