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Discussion in 'College Football Soundoff' started by jeans15, May 20, 2019.
Oklahomans.....its on today.
90% chance of tornados today.
I was hoping Torcon was some weird name for a hottie. Never heard of it, thankfully.
Don't remember seeing pink on the NWS convective outlook map ever...hell, red is pretty rare.
Pink is Flying Cow Weather.
Someone said OU is closed bc of weather. First of all, I thought they were out of school anyway. Anyone know?
Hell, flying 18 wheelers.
Good to know there is now an early warning system. Tornados a freaky. Sounds like a freight train coming at you.
I rather deal with hurricanes. You have a week to prepare. And like the ones from Miami, they are way over hyped.
I hope our house is hit directly...maybe my wife will finally agree to move.
I’m in the Tulsa metro, everyone is pretty cautious today. Today has a weird feeling to it. Myself and another guy plan on strapping into his race car. See y’all on the other side.
I believe in driving at a 90 degree angle from the storm if you can.
I enjoy living where we dont deal with either one.
No driving. Just going to strap into the harness’ inside the roll cage and put helmets on.
I thought N. Kentucky can have some?
Western Kentucky. Thats like 4-5 hrs away. About as close to me as Atlanta or Cleveland. Weve had tornados on rare occasion here sure. But not where we have a season. Its a freak occurence. Its like saying getting 3-6 inches of snow in central Georgia is something you need to consider when moving there as a possibility of life. I mean....it can and has happened a few times...but...
I've seen some wild shit from both tornadoes and hurricanes. My hometown had an F4 hit back in the early 80s that took a shopping center off the map. One guy has a steel beam in his front yard with 7 feet sticking out of the ground. The other 7-8 feet is under ground.
Yeah, Oklahoma is on a whole other level. Although I have now lived here 8 years and I haven't seen one yet.
Radar looks pretty rough in northern Oklahoma and Kansas. Stay on your toes.
Good luck and stay safe for those in the path.
I was hoping for a mb9 female
Was thinking the same thing.
The Moore F5 tornado that hit in 2013 happened on May 20th, and it was also a Monday. Crazy odd parallel. Wouldn't be surprised if there was another F5 tornado today.
I wish Michael had given us a week to prepare and was overhyped...
Its gone green...one heading for Childress TX, one NW of OKC.
Stay safe out there this evening.
I'm currently cooking a buttload of hotdogs and hamburgers for the 20 people at my house. We have one of those big saferooms and a backup generator, so I think my house is fallback delta for my local family.
Thanks for thinking of us, but all those noise and destruction I'm enduring is coming from grade school kids around me, not 'freight trains'.
I'll sit on my back porch and get some good vid footage for you guys. If I'm not on here tomorrow with said footage, you'll know what happened.
Hang in there. Haul ass if you need too.
Y'all be safe....
We call that..a Tuesday.
Dog groomin' day ehh?
Good news: the tornado threat has been reduced bc of cold air moving thru as part of this front. The bad news..major flooding has occurred and is forecast over large parts of OK.
Already two touch downs near me. Going to be a long night.
Yep! No need to pay a human!
Just toss em' into the tornado..... if they survive, guaranteed to be high pressure washed!
We are going to have a long night here in Branson.
All clear here. I got to grill a little and throw a football around with some kids. It was a good time!
Hope my deer hump brothers out near Stillwater are okay. They got worked far worse than central OK.
Sirens going off in Midtown Tulsa. Think it already passed through. Claremore and Verdigris next up. Watching KOTV-6 and besides the tornados we are going to have a bunch of flooding.
I'm still cutting and hauling shit from that asshole and it seems endless. Trees just keep falling.
Most have no idea what that faker did.
8 months later and you can't spit without hitting a tarped roof.