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Crittenden Co- borderline yellow- green circa May 2008

https://youtu.be/QrgJv30QtoA
awesome vid curt.... now i can go to bed dream bout tornadoes... lol   that thing went from a rope to a wedge in matter of seconds.... ::wow::
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The 1st-grade smiley guide to chasing terrain in Arkansas.  Terrian ranges from pretty flat Mississippi River Delta land to  Dense Forests to the Ozarks. 



Crittenden Co- borderline yellow- green circa May 2008

https://youtu.be/QrgJv30QtoA
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I can testify that Mississippi Co. needs to be in the green smiley area. There is a stretch of Highway I drive where I can see a flashing red light 5 miles down the road.
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The 1st-grade smiley guide to chasing terrain in Arkansas.  Terrian ranges from pretty flat Mississippi River Delta land to  Dense Forests to the Ozarks. 


This has to be one of the most informative and awesomesauce things ever.   ::applause::
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My God...most factual post I've seen on here in two weeks.


Lol.

Mississippi and most of Poinsett and Craighead counties are just as flat and treeless as the southern Delta, but otherwise spot on and hilarious.
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Like I predicted earlier in the week the Mississippi River now has a crest of 40.0 up this way. That is still subject to go up. Especially with the rain next week. That rain is not calculated in the crest.
not to mention... upper midwest like minnesota  and some places going get up foot of snow or more.... that will melt later and work down stream eventually
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Like I predicted earlier in the week the Mississippi River now has a crest of 40.0 up this way. That is still subject to go up. Especially with the rain next week. That rain is not calculated in the crest.
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Everyone please be careful if you go out tomorrow. We have lost too many storm chasers lately. It's extremely dangerous even if you know what you are doing and in a group. If you are alone and don't know what you are doing, it's a potential death trap-especially without a good radar, and knowledge of the local road network. Most of us who have been out know that a bad situation can crop up in a hurry. Good luck and stay safe!
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Looking at how things are going the current hatching is on the money for areas that will have the best tornado threat.  The issue when you get east of the TN River or even US 45 is that the low-pressure system begins to race off to the north and takes the best lift, backed winds, etc.  out of the area.  If storms were to form out ahead of the system then some could track into Western Middle TN with a more significant severe threat, but if they don't it looks like we are dealing with a weakening squall line/QLCS once you get east of the TN River/LBL. 

Still could see quite a bit of trees down even with winds that are barely severe or even just sub-severe (45-58MPH) due to the saturated ground, so that is something to keep in mind. 
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What’s the timing look like for tomorrow?


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