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Oklahoma Tornado 2015 Warning Today Strikes Leach

Posted: March 25th, 2015 in Tornado by LALATE

Oklahoma Tornado 2015 Warning Strikes Leach

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Another Oklahoma Tornado 2015 Warning has just been issued today March 25, 2015 by the National Weather Service in Tulsa. Several Oklahoma Tornado 2015 alerts have been issued this evening for sections of the state. And just before 10 pm EST, another warning was given.

The latest Oklahoma Tornado 2015 Warning covers northwestern Adair County in northeast Oklahoma, northeastern Cherokee County in east central Oklahoma, southern Delaware County in northeast Oklahoma, and east central Mayes County in northeast Oklahoma until 800 PM CDT. Officials are concerned about a system traveling east.

NWS repots to news that a strong storm is heading east at 40 mph, and that “at 733 PM CDT… a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located 5 miles south of Rose.” The warnings include a possible tornado and quarter size hail. The system is currently in rotation. Officials warn that “Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed. Damage to roofs… windows and vehicles will occur. Tree damage is likely.”

A projected path has been released to news. It includes Leach, Scraper, Oaks, Twin Oaks, Kansas, Natural falls State Park and Colcord. Officials add “Take cover now. Go to a designed shelter such as a safe room or storm cellar if available. Otherwise… move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a sturdy building. Avoid windows. If seeking shelter in a basement… be sure to get beneath something sturdy. If in a Mobile home… a vehicle or outdoors… move to the closest substantial shelter and protect yourself from flying debris.” For continued coverage of any possible tornado alerts click HERE.







Alabama Tornado 2015 Today Strikes Near Boyd, York

Posted: January 3rd, 2015 in Tornado by LALATE

Alabama Tornado 2015 Today Strikes Near Boyd, York


ST LOUIS (LALATE) – An Alabama Tornado 2015 today has struck near Boyd and York. As a result an Alabama Tornado warning 2015 today has been announced.

The NWS tells news that a Alabama Tornado 2015 warning is now in place for northern Sumter County until 515 PM CST. Officials tell news of a confirmed tornado. Namely at “438 PM CST…National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated a tornado. This tornado was located near Boyd”. The tornado was also near “5 miles northwest of York…moving northeast at 55 mph.” A projected path for the tornado has been released. “Locations impacted include Livingston, Boyd, Emelle, the University of West Alabama, Bluffport, Epes, Gainesville‚Ķ and Sumterville”. Officials add that “this includes… Interstate 20 exit numbers 1 through 23.”

There are other tornado warnings in place in the state today as well. One tornado Warning for northern Greene County is in place covering also “southern Pickens County in west central Alabama” and “northwestern Sumter County in west central Alabama”. That alert is in place until 515 PM CST. Reps tell news that at “433 PM CST…the National Weather Service indicated a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado. This dangerous storm was located 7 miles north of Emelle…or 18 miles northwest of Livingston…and moving northeast at 55 mph.” For continuing coverage of this and all other tornado warnings today click HERE.






Mississippi Tornado 2015 Warning Today Strikes Kemper

Posted: January 3rd, 2015 in Tornado by LALATE

Mississippi Tornado 2015 Warning Today Strikes Kemper


ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Mississippi Tornado 2015 Warning today is striking Kemper. The Mississippi Tornado January 3, 2015 warning was issued moments ago, just after 5:30 pm EST. Several counties are on alert.

The latest Mississippi Tornado 2015 Warning covers southeastern Kemper and northeastern Lauderdale counties. I will remain in place until 500 PM CST. Officials tell news that at “431 PM CST a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado was located near Lauderdale and moving northeast at 45 mph. ” Officials indicate that radar suggests storm rotation. Officials report that “flying debris will be dangerous to those caught without shelter. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed.

A projected path has been announced to news moments ago. “This dangerous storm will affect mainly rural areas of northeastern Lauderdale and southeastern Kemper counties.” They add “Heavy rainfall may hide this tornado. Do not wait to see or hear the tornado. Take cover now. “

Update: Multiple warnings are now in place in the state. First, a Tornado Warning for Lowndes County in MS is active until 5:15 PM CST. Second, a Tornado Warning for Kemper and Lauderdale Counties in MS is active until 5:00 PM CST. Third, a Tornado Warning for Covington and Simpson Counties in MS is in place until 3 pm along with one for Smith County in MS until 3:45 PM CST. For continuing coverage of this and all other tornado warnings today click HERE.

Florida Tornado 2014 Warning Today Strikes Port St Joe

Posted: December 23rd, 2014 in Tornado by LALATE

Florida Tornado 2014 Warning Today Strikes Port St Joe

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Florida Tornado 2014 Warning today is striking near Port St Joe. The Florida Tornado 2014 Warning today December 23, 2014 was just announced to news. And the tornado is being tracked heading east right now.

The NWS tell news moments ago that its office in “Tallahassee has issued a Tornado Warning for central Gulf County in the Panhandle of Florida”. They also add that hte Florida Tornado 2014 Warning today “includes the city of Port St. Joe”. It will remain active until 645 PM CST.

At issue is a system traveling swiftly at the moment. Reps tell news that “at 617 PM CST…a developing tornado has been detected by the National Weather Service near Port St. Joe…moving northeast at 40 mph.” A projected path has been released to news as well. Reps indicate that other “locations in the warning include but are not limited to White City…Dalkeith…Willis Landing and Honeyville.” Meantime the National Weather Service in Tallahassee has issued also a Flash Flood Warning for western Franklin County in Florida today. The warning also covers Liberty County in Florid. It will remain active until 1115.

The concern is strong rainfall throughout the area, namely “at 513 PM EST…National Weather Service Doppler radar continued to indicate moderate to heavy rainfall across Liberty…Gulf and Franklin counties.” Reps add “Over 6 inches of rain has already fallen today and an additional 3 to 4 inches is likely in the next three to four hours. The public recently reported roads flooding in eastern Liberty County and any additional rainfall will greatly increase the flash flood threat across the entire warned area.” For continuing coverage of this and all other tornado alerts today click HERE.

Columbia, MS Tornado 2014 Today 12/23 Damages Homes, Traps Residents

Posted: December 23rd, 2014 in Tornado by LALATE

Columbia, MS Tornado 2014 Today 12/23 Damages Homes, Traps Residents


ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Columbia, MS Tornado 2014 today 12/23/14 has now damaged homes, trapped residents, and injured citizens. Vehicles have been flipped over. Damage assessment is still pending as of 4 pm EST today December 23, 2014.

The Columbia, MS Tornado 2014 today struck moments after a MS tornado alert was reported on LALATE. At 3:30 pm EST today, LALATE reports that a Columbia, MS tornado alert was in place for northeastern Marion County and neighboring areas. Now damage is being reported.

NWS Jackson MS tweeted roughly one hour ago “2:18PM: Rapid rotation in tornado warned storm approaching Columbia, MS area. Take cover now!” Eight minutes later they warned “Radar confirms a tornado on the south side of Columbia. Seek shelter immediately”. Now within the half hour, they are reporting news of damage. “Powerlines down at the intersection of Hwy 98 and Columbia-Purvis Road. Debris was falling out of the sky. Seek shelter now”. Seconds ago they reported widespread structural damage. “Reports of extensive damage, including structural, around Columbia, MS. Vehicles were flipped & a mobile home park was damaged”.

Johnny Kelly is reporting widespread damage as well. “Multiple vehicles reported flipped over on HWY 98 by earlier tornado near Columbia MS (2:25 pm CT)”. He adds “Multiple structures reported damaged incl. mobile home park in Columbia, MS area (2:25pm CT) ‚ĶPeople reported trapped in homes in Columbia, MS”. Local news is reporting some injuries as well. For continuing coverage of this and all other tornado alerts today click HERE.








































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