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Midwest storm system captured by satellite

This GOES East satellite photo, taken on May 22, 2011 shows storm clouds above the US Midwest. The image captures the weather system just moments before it spawned a deadly tornado that ripped a 4 mile long path through the … Continue reading

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Alabama tornado tracks

The National Weather Service has published a preliminary map of super-cell tracks from the historic tornado outbreak April 27, 2011. Click the image to see a hi-res version. Red indicates confirmed tornadoes rated higher than three on the Enhanced Fujita … Continue reading

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Before and after satellite shots of the Tuscaloosa tornado

New satellite images from GeoEye capture Tuscaloosa, Alabama on April 28, 2011 at 11:35 a.m, the day after a devastating tornado hit the city. Hover over the images below to compare this new imagery with photos of the same places … Continue reading

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US storm and tornado map

Severe Storms and tornadoes have killed almost three hundred people across the Southern United States. Alabama has been worst hit, including a massive tornado in the city of Tuscaloosa, AL, described by one meteorologist as the ‘worst in Alabama’s history’. … Continue reading

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