We knew the front was coming. We knew when and the intensity of the storm. Trusting that our home would be okay depended on factors out of human control. However, I have history and science on my side. The hill I live on has not had a tornado cross it in 130 years (records show).
Here is the same map (as above) with some information about my and Hay seed’s homes.
Hay seed and his family survived a direct hit from a tornado about eight years ago. I called him at 9:30 pm to see if they were okay. They are and all is now quiet on the southern front.
Here is a review of a moment in time.
The term “Bow Echo” is when a hook forms between the two edges of the storm front (different colors on the map). That is where an energy rotation is likely to form.
And now the short videos.
I stepped outside to shoot the next segment.
Here is a link to the event from another perspective.
This is just a report on the climate impact of one area in Mississippi. My regular Daily Bucket will be much better today. Fear not, have a comforting beverage and rest your weary hearts.