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Posted: July 28th, 2014 in Tornado by LALATE

Revere, Massachusetts Tornado 2014 Today Leaves Path of Damage


ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A believed Revere, Massachusetts Tornado 2014 today left a path of damage. The possible Revere, Massachusetts Tornado happened in the early morning hours today July 28, 2014. But it took several hours for the tornado to be indicated by officials. Now they report that the tornado did touchdown, did cause damage, but did not cause any injuries. The Revere, Massachusetts Tornado 2014 followed a warning for the area just this morning. The initial alert by the National Weather Service read “Tornado Warning for Essex County in MA until 10:30 AM EDT”.

That warning has now been replaced with a Massachusetts Flash Flood Warning today. The latest warning was issued at 9:33 AM EDT. The National Weather Service in Taunton tells news that a Massachusetts Flash Flood Warning today is now in place until 11:30 am EDT and covers north central Suffolk County in eastern Massachusetts, southwestern Essex County in northeast Massachusetts, and other areas.

At issue is a system passing through the area. “At 931 am EDT Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms producing heavy rain across the warned area. Flash flooding is expected to begin shortly.” Big rain is coming. “Radar was estimating 1.5 to 2 inches per hour with these storms.” Areas that will be impacted include Revere, Boston, Lynn, Salem, Beverly, Lynnfield, and elsewhere.



Tennessee, Pennsylvania Tornado Warnings Today 2014 Released

Posted: July 27th, 2014 in Tornado by LALATE

Tennessee, Pennsylvania Tornado Warnings Today 2014 Released


ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Tennessee Tornado Warning 2014 today has stuck Gate City. The Tennessee Tornado Warning today was just released by the National Weather Service in Morristown. Meantime a Pennsylvania tornado warning has been issued as well.

First, NWS tells news that the Tennessee Tornado Warning will cover several counties until 6:15 PM EDT. Among them are Washington County, Hawkins, Greene, Sullivan, and Scott. The Tennessee Tornado Warning will also cover “the southwestern city of Bristol in southwest Virginia.” The concern is a system now west of Gate City.

NWS indicates to news that “at 524 PM EDT…Doppler radar indicated a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado. This dangerous storm was located 9 miles west of Gate City…and moving southeast at 40 mph.” Strong hail is predicted. “In addition…large hail in excess of golfball size can be expected with this storm.” Officials have issued a projected path as well. “Locations impacted include Johnson City, Kingsport, Bristol TN…Bristol VA.” Also included in the projected path are “Gate City, Jonesborough, Surgoinsville, Weber City, Midway, Oak Grove, Spurgeon, Colonial Heights, Walnut Hill”, along with other cities.

Meantime, a Pennsylvania Tornado Warning is now in place for central Huntingdon County in central Pennsylvania until 600 PM EDT. NWS indicates to news that “at 533 PM EDT…Doppler radar indicated a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado. This dangerous storm was located near Raystown dam…and moving north at 5 mph.” The projected path includes McConnellstown.



Wolcott, CT Tornado 2014 Spotted? Michigan Tornado Warning Issued

Posted: July 27th, 2014 in Tornado by LALATE

Wolcott, CT Tornado 2014 Today Believed; Michigan Tornado Warning Issued


ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Wolcott, CT Tornado 2014 is believed to have formed today July 27, 2014. Meantime a Michigan Tornado Warning has just been announced to news.

The National Weather Service in Detroit/Pontiac has issued a Michigan Tornado Warning until 3:30 pm EDT. NWS reports that the warning is for “southern Bay County in Southeast Michigan.” At issue is a system near Midland. Namely “at 234 PM EDT…a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located near Midland…and moving east at 25 mph.” Radar indicates that the system is in rotation. A projected path has been indicated to news moments ago. “This dangerous storm will be near… Kawkawlin and Linwood around 300 PM EDT. Bay City state Recreation Area around 305 PM EDT.”

In related news, a Severe Thunderstorm Warning is now in place Bay County until 315 PM EDT. Reps indicate to news that “at 241 PM EDT…a severe thunderstorm was located near Pinconning… and moving northeast at 25 mph… People and animals outdoors will be injured. Expect hail damage to roofs.”

Meantime was there a Wolcott tornado today? NWS New York tweets today that “We had report of a possible tornado near Wolcott, CT. We do not have confirmation of a tornado actually touching down, but looking into it!” For all other tornado updates today click HERE.

Kentucky Tornado 2014 Warning Today Strikes Dango

Posted: July 27th, 2014 in Tornado by LALATE

Kentucky Tornado 2014 Warning Today Strikes Dango


ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Kentucky Tornado 2014 Warning today has just been issued by the National Weather Service in Jackson KY. The Kentucky Tornado 2014 Warning is the result of  a strong storm heading east.

NWS tell news that the Kentucky Tornado 2014 Warning is active until 3:15 PM EDT. It will cover “northern Clay County, … Jackson County, …. north central Laurel County… and east central Rockcastle County in south central Kentucky.” At issue is a system near Dango. NWS reports that “at 236 PM EDT a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located near Dango and moving east at 45 mph. “

Radar indicates that the system is now in rotation. “Impact…flying debris will be dangerous to those caught without shelter. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed. Damage to roofs…windows and vehicles will occur. Tree damage is likely”, reps tell news.

A projected path has been released moments ago. “This dangerous storm will be near… Dabolt and Deese around 245 PM EDT.” It is then heading to “Settle store and Welchburg around 250 PM EDT. Egypt and Shepherdtown around 255 PM EDT. Chestnutburg and Sextons Creek around 300 PM EDT.” Next it will head to “Felty and Thomas around 305 PM EDT. Ammie and Oneida around 310 PM EDT. Other locations in the warning include High Knob…Alger and Eriline.” For continuing coverage of this and any other tornado today click HERE.

Virginia Tornado 2014 Today Strikes Moseley, Chula, Amelia

Posted: July 24th, 2014 in Tornado by LALATE

Virginia Tornado 2014 Today Strikes Moseley, Chula, Amelia


ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A second Virginia tornado today 2014 has been spotted. And it will impact the area around Moseley, Chula and Amelia. The Virginia tornado earlier today July 24, 2014 caused damage and resulted in multiple deaths. Now a second tornado is moving through the area.

A Virginia Tornado Warning for central Amelia, western Chesterfield and south central Powhatan counties will expire at 430 PM EDT, officials indicate to news. “The storm which prompted the warning has weakened. However…large hail and gusty winds are still possible with this thunderstorm”, the National Weather Service tells news today July 24, 2014.

In related news, the National Weather Service in Wakefield tells news that a severe Thunderstorm Warning for multiple counties in central Virginia is now active until 515 PM EDT. They add that “at 428 PM EDT…National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated a severe thunderstorm capable of producing quarter size hail…and damaging winds in excess of 60 mph. This storm was located near Moseley…and moving east at 25 mph.” The system is still moving through the area. “The severe thunderstorm will be near… Bellwood…Chester and bensley around 510 PM EDT. Other locations impacted by this severe thunderstorm include Winterpock…beach…Pocahontas State Park…Chesterfield…Drewrys Bluff and Centralia.” For continuing coverage of this and any other tornado alerts today click HERE.

Louisiana Tornado Warning 2014 Today Strikes Grand Chenier

Posted: July 24th, 2014 in Tornado by LALATE

Louisiana Tornado Warning 2014 Today Strikes Grand Chenier


ST LOUIS (LALATE) –  A Louisiana Tornado warning today 2014 is striking Louisiana Tornado . The National Weather Service in Lake Charles tells news just after 4:30 pm EST that a Louisiana Tornado warning has been issued.

The warning will remain active until 345 PM CDT. NWS tells news that the Louisiana Tornado Warning will cover eastern Cameron Parish in southwest Louisiana, adding that “this includes Grand Chenier.” At issue a strong system traveling north.

NWS indicates to news that they spotted the system moments ago. Namely “at 316 PM CDT…National Weather Service meteorologists detected a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado 7 miles east of Grand Chenier”. It is moving slowly. Officials report that the storm is currently “moving northwest at 10 mph. The tornado will otherwise remain over mainly rural areas of the indicated Parish.”

In related news  a “significant weather advisory for Cameron Parish until 400 PM CDT” has also been announced. Reps tell news that at “303 PM CDT…National Weather Service meteorologists detected a strong thunderstorm 7 miles east of Grand Chenier…moving northwest at 10 mph. The strong thunderstorm will affect areas in and around Grand Chenier, Creole, Rutherford Beach and Gibbstown. ” They add that “the primary threats from this storm are continuous lightning and wind gusts 35 to 45 mph, which could down tree limbs and blow around unsecured small objects. Seek shelter in a safe home or building until this storm has passed. “











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