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Old 07-24-2010, 02:23 PM
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The textbook supercell over Essex Couny has been rotating for 20 minutes now. All indications as far as I can tell are that this storm is producing or has produced a tornado somewhere between Amherstburg and Harrow.

EDIT: Intense rotation continues, now passing Harrow heading for Kingsville and Leamington. Radar presentation of this hook is extremely impressive.

The storm behind this one is tornado warned for Detroit.


EDIT: AFTER ALMOST THIRTY MINUTES OF INTENSE ROTATION AND HIGH INDICATION OF A TORNADO... ENVIRONMENT CANADA ISSUES A TORNADO WARNING RIGHT BEFORE THE STORM PASSES OVER LAKE ERIE.
What appears to be a F0 tornado touched down in Amherstburg last night. Damage seems to be centered to County Rd. 10 from Anderdon Secondary School to County Rd. 11.
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Old 07-24-2010, 05:32 PM
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Guys i think we should give EC a big round of aplause for this wonderful job with the warnings today. Thanks for making people clueless and have a chance of being killed. Lets hope there are no injuris or fatalities. P.S i was joking about the aplause thing
I'd actually rather have more missed warnings instead of tons of false ones. If they could get it so that a few missed warnings meant that every warning sent out was the real thing, I'd take that any day. It's all the crying wolf stuff that is the reason nobody pays attention to them anymore.
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Old 07-25-2010, 12:13 AM
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Some scans from this day,
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Old 07-25-2010, 03:27 PM
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About the time of the tornado- fifteen minutes before the warning


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