The following comments were posted before this site switched to a new comment system on August 27, 2016:
New to this web site. Love it. Thank you - Posted by donna searer from Pennsylvania
Nice shots of the tornadoes! It's always amazing how rope tornadoes stretch out with the bottom half still a straight column. Last week's storms didn't disappoint. It was cloudy most of the morning too, but it finally cleared a few hours before the storms came through. Near st. louis, I encountered a very heavy rain curtain and gusty winds. There was a shelf cloud, but it wasn't real impressive. I maybe saw a single lightning bolt the whole time. It was even windier behind the front which caused a good sized tree branch to snap. Not bad for the first severe weather event of 2014. Spring's so close yet still so far. - Posted by Tim
My aunt & uncles farm in TOWERHILL ILL. ( NEAR PANA,ILL.), was destroyed by a tornado,on FAB. 20TH.2014. DO YOU POSSIBLY KNOW ANTONE WHO HAS PICTURES OR VIDEO OF THIS TORNADO? IF SO, PLEASE CALL DAWN AT 217-493-3223. THANKS SO MUCH! - Posted by Dawn from Savoy,Ill
Excellent report and great early-season catch, Dan! Dawn - go to the Storm Track Web site, then go to the Target Area section and click on the picture linked from L. Kimbrel's report - I think that might be the one you're looking for. If you don't know the Web location for Storm Track, just do a Web search and it will come up.
- Posted by John Farley from Pagosa Springs, CO
Where do you get the maps for Shear, Instability and the other stuff - Posted by Joseph Meyer from St. Peters, MO
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