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Thursday, March 01, 2007

Major Severe Weather Outbreak Expected

The Kansas City Metro area was hammered this evening by heavy rains, hail, and high winds. To the south, tornadoes caused much property damage, as was expected. Tomorrow, however, a rare “high risk” area, and a very large “moderate risk” of severe weather has been mapped out by the Storm Prediction Center .

The SPC only forecasts about 3-4 “high-risk” days per year. The people at the SPC are not T.V. meteorologists that seek to increase ratings with hysteria; they are professional scientists on the government payroll that love their jobs and could be making a lot more money in the private sector.

Watch out, eastern Mississippi and central Alabama, you are in the bulls-eye for strong tornadoes.

-Tommy Masterson


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