Is this Delkus approved?My Other Brother Darryl
2006-Oh you know, it's when the tornadoes, damaging winds, and locally heavy rainfall happened with more supercells than expected today. :)
A tornado outbreak with a total of 26 reported tornadoes occurred across Texas on 29 December 2006. Twenty-two of the tornadoes occurred within the area of responsibility of the Fort Worth/Dallas Weather Forecast Office. This event was unprecedented with regard to the number of tornadoes that occurred during a single episode in north Texas in the month of December. The outbreak is documented by providing a brief overview of the tornadoes and tornado warnings, a discussion of the pre-storm environment on the synoptic scale, an analysis of the mesoscale and thermodynamic environment before and during the tornado occurrences, and a radar analysis of the most significant supercell storms. As a slow-moving, intense upper-level cyclone moved across the southwestern United States, an unseasonably warm and moist air mass spread north from the Gulf of Mexico into much of central and eastern Texas. Tornadic supercells developed near a warm front in an environment with steep mid-level lapse rates, moderate surface-based instability and extremely strong low-level vertical wind shear. All of the supercells developed well east of the occluded front.
In 1999, final tornado outbreaks of the year occurred once again in the cool season. A total of six twisters killed two people in Chico, Texas, on Dec. 2, and an F3 tornado moved through Bentonia, Miss., on Dec. 9.
are the salt/sand trucks ready?
We're all doomed.
I'm pretty sure 12/29/06 is the date you first posted the girl in the Pink polka dot bikini.
and in related news...it rained today./yawn
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