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Send us an email when you observe one or more of the following...
- A tornado.
- less than 0.50" Pea
- 0.50" - Marble/Mothball
- 0.75" - Dime/Penny
- 0.88" - Nickel
- 1.00" - Quarter
- 1.25" - Half Dollar
- 1.50" - Walnut/Ping Pong
- 1.75" - Golf Ball
- 2.00" - Hen Egg
- 2.50" - Tennis Ball
- 2.75" - Baseball
- 3.00" - Tea Cup
- 4.00" - Grapefruit
- 4.50" - Softball
- Wind damage.
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A violently rotating column of air, usually pendant to a cumulonimbus, with
circulation reaching the ground. It nearly always starts as a funnel cloud
and may be accompanied by a loud roaring noise. On a local scale, it is the
most destructive of all atmospheric phenomena.
A thunderstorm that produces a tornado, winds of at least 58 mph (50 knots),
and/or hail at least 1" in diameter. Structural wind damage may imply the
occurrence of a severe thunderstorm. A thunderstorm wind equal to or greater
than 40 mph (35 knots) and/or hail of at least ½" is defined as approaching
A flood which is caused by heavy or excessive rainfall in a short period of time,
generally less than 6 hours. Also, at times a dam failure can cause a flash flood,
depending on the type of dam and time period during which the break occurs.