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[追击雷暴] 2020复活节龙卷风大爆发-史上第三强单日爆发,38人死亡 - EF4:3 EF3:13 EF2:19 EF1:74

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发表于 2020-4-16 22:42 | 显示全部楼层
冰雪中的冰橙汁 发表于 2020-4-16 16:14
seminary MS东北方向的EF5顶级树毁,一整片的松树林被完全剥皮伴随地面上的重度冲刷,这可能是史上最强的龙 ...

要是这次最终还是不给EF5的话我个人觉得EF制度存在体制问题/应该废除EF5这个分级
仁慈的父我已坠入,看不见罪的国度。
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发表于 2020-4-17 19:02 | 显示全部楼层
29楼的树毁从另一个角度看,无论是硬木树还是软木树都是我追风生涯见过最可怕,最顶级的树毁,没有之一,包括那些著名的EF5也无法逾越,“树毁之王”这个桂冠无可指摘
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 楼主| 发表于 2020-4-18 09:41 | 显示全部楼层
.BASSFIELD/COVINGTON CO/SOSO/MOSS/HEIDELBERG/PACHUTA TORNADO...

Rating:                 EF4
Estimated Peak Wind:    190 mph
Path Length /statute/:  68 miles
Path Width /maximum/: 2.25 miles
Fatalities:             8
Injuries:               Unknown

Start Date:             4/12/2020
Start Time:             4:12 PM CDT
Start Location:         2 SSW Bassfield / Jefferson Davis County / MS
Start Lat/Lon:          31.4641 / -89.7579

End Date:               4/12/2020
End Time:               5:28 PM CDT
End Location:           2 NNE Pachuta / Clarke County / MS
End Lat/Lon:            32.072 / -88.8649

Summary: This violent, deadly tornado traveled 68 miles through
parts of five counties including southeastern Jefferson Davis,
central Covington, northwestern Jones, southeastern Jasper, and
western Clarke counties. Locations impacted by this tornado
include Bassfield, the areas between Collins and Seminary, Soso,
Moss, Heidelberg, and Pachuta. This tornado is preliminarily rated
EF4 with an estimated peak wind of 190 MPH east of Bassfield in
southwestern Jefferson Davis County. Additional EF4 damage was
noted near Soso in Jones County and at Moss in Jasper County. The
maximum path width was 2.25 miles in the vicinity of Hughes Road
west of Seminary in western Covington County. At this width, the
tornado ranks 3rd widest in the official NOAA United States
tornado database behind the El Reno, OK tornado of 2013 (2.6 mi)
and the Hallam, NE tornado of 2004 (2.5 mi). This tornado now
ranks as the widest on record in the state of Mississippi,
surpassing the Yazoo City, MS tornado of 2010 (1.75 mi). Eight
lives were lost in this tornado, and there was an undetermined
number of additional injuries. Additional details on the damage
path and area of most significant damage follow.

The tornado began south of Bassfield along Bassfield Cemetery
Road, uprooting trees and resulting in relatively minor structural
damage. As it proceeded northeastward, the diameter of the wind
field steadily increased and the percentage of snapped trees in
the center of the vortex increased considerably as the tornado
approached MS Highway 42. At this location, two homes sustained
major roof damage. Tornado intensity then began to increase
quickly, with EF3 damage as it crossed Hosey Mikell Road,
completely demolishing a mobile home and scattering the debris
field over 300 yards downwind. Tree damage also ramped up
significantly beyond this location, with low end EF4 damage in a
narrow swath of nearly complete tree destruction along the center
of the tornado vortex and increasing instances of debarking of
trees as the tornado moved across Pitts Lane and Reese Road.
Outside of this most intense corridor of tornadic winds, EF1 and
EF2 damage to trees and structures was occurring over a wider
area, up one mile wide. In addition, both ground surveys and
aerial photography indicated the presence of multiple vortices at
times. Intense damage continued as the tornado crossed the
intersection of Graves Key Road and Harper Road, where a cinder
block small business building was destroyed, with much of the slab
swept clean. Four fatalities occurred at this location. Nearby, a
mobile home was completely destroyed, with the undercarriage
wrapped around the small set of trees that remained standing
downwind. Debarking of some trees was again noted and continued
along the tornado path across Claude Booth Road.

The tornado reached its peak intensity as it moved across a field
north of Graves Key Road. At this location, the foundation of a
wood frame and metal roof cabin was swept clean. A truck parked at
this cabin was tossed approximately 300 yards downwind, and trees
that remained standing at this site were partially debarked.
Though the path of the intense tornado vortex through the field
surrounding this cabin was clearly visible, significant scouring
was not noted. The tornado continued to remain violent and grow in
size, nearly 1.5 miles wide, as it crossed Good Hope Road and
continued to track toward the Bouie River. Here, a large swath of
extreme tree damage was noted as the whole forest was leveled. An
intense core of the tornado was evident by debarking of trees
along a well defined center line or sub-vortex feature. Extreme
debarking was noted around Willie Fortenberry Road. In this
general area, several farmers reported roughly 60 cattle were
killed by the tornado. The tornado grew larger as it entered
Covington County and peaked in width in the vicinity of Hughes
Road. Maximum width was measured at 2.25 miles. The incredible
expansive tree damage continued along the path with millions
(millions or thousands?) of trees damaged. Several dozen
structures were damaged or destroyed between McGowen Circle to US
49. Numerous chicken houses (23-30) were destroyed here as well. A
section of Cold Springs Road looked to see another sub- vortex
and it was here another area of EF4 damage occurred to a home.

As the tornado crossed US 49, the width decreased to 1.7 miles,
but it remained quite strong with mid to upper end EF3 damage
noted. Extreme tree damage persisted in large swaths along the
path. In addition, a few dozen structures were damaged between US
49 and MS Highway 588. This consisted of varying degrees of damage
from EF1 to EF3 levels. The tornado entered northwestern Jones
County near the Centerville community where several homes had
shingles blown off or parts of the decking exposed. A mobile home
along Tommy Pickering Road was thrown and separated from the
frame, with the highest winds in the EF2 range. As the storm moved
northeast across US 84, trees were uprooted and snapped. Several
homes on both sides of the highway had decking exposed or shingles
blown off. At least one mobile home was destroyed along US 84.
The tornado intensified to an EF3 causing significant damage to
multiple homes along Danny Hillburn Road, where large sections of
roofing was removed. Between US 84 and MS Highway 29, several
mobile homes were completely destroyed and at least one separated
from the frame. Several homes had one or more exterior walls
collapsed or large sections of the roof removed.

The tornado continued to cause widespread destruction as it moved
into the town of Soso. Several homes and churches received
significant damage. Large swaths of trees were snapped and
uprooted along MS Highway 29. Near the center of town, a fire
station was heavily damaged when the overhead doors collapsed and
portions of the roof were removed. Numerous homes had roofing
removed and exposed decking. The worst damage occurred along MS
Highway 28 where a convenience store was destroyed and several
other cinder block structures were heavily damaged when the storm
intensified to low end EF-4. The tornado continued to mow down
large swaths of trees and caused major uplift and loss of roofing
to numerous homes as it moved northeast toward MS Highway 15.
Along Mathews Road numerous mobile homes and several outbuildings
were completely destroyed.

The tornado intensified to a low end EF4 as it moved into the
Moss community, where winds near 175 mph resulted in widespread
devastation. Nearly every structure in the community was damaged
with the most significant damage occurring along or near MS
Highway 537. About half of the First Baptist Church of Moss was
completely leveled. Numerous homes were destroyed or had major
roofing loss or uplifted. A small pick-up truck was thrown several
hundred yards and completely destroyed. In addition, multiple
mobile homes were completely demolished.

As the storm tracked toward I-59 a few miles west of Heidelberg,
hundreds of trees were mowed down, outbuildings were destroyed.
Several homes and mobile homes had metal roofing peeled back or
decking exposed. Large swaths of trees were snapped for several
miles including some along I-59 between the Heidelberg and
Vossburg exits. Swaths of tree damage continued into the Barnett
community. In the town of Pachuta there was scattered tree damage
and the metal roofing was peeled off of a church. About two miles
north of Pachuta, the damage became sporadic and the tornado
lifted in a wooded area along County Road 130.

Subject matter experts continue to review the most intense
portions of this tornado path, and additional adjustments remain
possible over the coming weeks.
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 楼主| 发表于 2020-4-18 09:41 | 显示全部楼层
.OAK VALE/CARSON/N COLLINS/STRINGER/PAULDING TORNADO...

Rating:                 EF3
Estimated Peak Wind:    150 mph
Path Length /statute/:  84.1 miles
Path Width /maximum/:   1.16 miles
Fatalities:             0
Injuries:               Unknown

Start Date:             4/12/2020
Start Time:             4:36 PM CDT
Start Location:         6 ESE Topeka / Lawrence County / MS
Start Lat/Lon:          31.3712 / -90.1101

End Date:               4/12/2020
End Time:               6:07 PM CST
End Location:           2 SSW Rose Hill / Jasper County / MS
End Lat/Lon:            32.1121 / -89.0047

Summary: This strong tornado traveled over 84 miles through parts
of six counties including southern Lawrence, central Jefferson
Davis, northern Covington, far northwestern Jones, far
southeastern Smith, and Jasper counties. Some of the communities
impacted include Oak Vale, the area north of Carson, the north
side of Collins, Hot Coffee, Summerland, Stringer, and the west
side of Paulding. This tornado is preliminarily rated EF3 with an
estimated peak wind of 150 MPH near MS Highway 35 northeast of
Carson in Jefferson Davis County. The maximum path width was 1.16
miles also near MS Highway 35 in Jefferson Davis County. No
fatalities were reported in this tornado, but there was an
undetermined number of injuries. Additional details on the damage
path and area of most significant damage follow.

The tornado initially touched down in southeastern Lawrence
County 11 miles south of the city of Monticello, causing minor
tree damage. The tornado quickly strengthened as it took a
northeast track, producing EF1 and EF2 tree damage along Givens
Road and Divide Road. From an elevated location on Divide Road,
surveyors were able to view extensive tree damage and ground
scouring in the inaccessible Pearl River bottom in Lawrence
County. This damage was also confirmed by satellite imagery. The
tornado destroyed the roof of a home and completely destroyed a
metal building structure on Rayborn Lane. The homeowner also
stated that a well built log cabin that he owned along the Pearl
River was completely destroyed. After crossing the Pearl River,
the tornado proceeded to impact areas just east of the river,
causing more significant tree damage along River Road and Coon
Hunting Road. The tornado completely destroyed several chicken
houses and significantly damaged two homes near MS Highway 43
before crossing into Jefferson Davis County. Once in Jefferson
Davis County, the tornado snapped and uprooted numerous trees
along Johnson Road, Palestine Road, and Lily Rose Road. The
tornado crossed MS Highway 13 snapping a couple of wooden power
poles and causing damage to large sections of the roof of a one-
story home. Two mobile homes were destroyed along Greens Creek
Road, with additional roof damage to homes as well as snapping and
uprooting trees as the tornado progressed northeastward. A mobile
home was destroyed along Newman Camp Road.

The intensity of the tornado briefly increased to low end EF3
damage as it moved across Kirkley Lane, where extensive tree
damage was noted. Damage to roofs, and the snapping and uprooting
of trees continued as the tornado moved northeast. Large sections
of a roof were removed from a one-story home on Haynes Gray Road,
most walls of an apparently abandoned home were collapsed on SJ
Garner Road, and the roof of a well built home was removed along
Ross McPhail Road. Along Berry Loop, a mobile home was demolished
and several other homes were heavily damaged.

As the tornado neared MS Highway 35 and the Terrell community, it
grew wider and stronger. Extensive tree damage and varying
degrees of damage occurred to dozens of structures. In this area,
multiple mobile homes were completely destroyed on both sides of
the highway. A large church made of cinderblocks was leveled here
and supportive of EF3 wind speeds near 150 mph. Multiple power
lines were downed as well. The tornado reached its widest point in
this location at 1.16 miles. EF3 tree damage continued as it
crossed East Granby Road near the river as well as a small section
when it crossed Three Notch Road. Several mobile homes were
destroyed here as well. The tornado weakened a bit after this
point, but remained strong as it crossed US 84 and neared US 49. A
wide swath of extensive tree damage and downed power lines
occurred along the path. A set of chicken houses west of Campbell
Faler Road was destroyed, and a mobile home was rolled. As the
tornado crossed Old Macintosh and Sunset Roads, more trees were
downed along with some damage to structures. After crossing US 49,
this strong tornado continued northeast where numerous trees were
snapped and uprooted and a mobile home was destroyed on Hambone
Road.

The tornado continued across northeastern Covington County,
crossing MS Highway 532 west of Hot Coffee, causing widespread
tree damage and minor roof damage to some residential areas before
crossing out of the county. The tornado then moved into northwest
Jones and southern Smith County and crossed through the community
of Summerland. Widespread tree damage continued through here,
with some minor roof damage to residences, which was consistent
with high end EF1 damage. A church along Smith County Road 8A had
a steeple removed by the winds. The tornado then moved into
southwestern Jasper County into the Stringer community. High end
EF1 damage occurred in the area, with numerous trees snapped and
uprooted in addition to a snapped power pole east of the
community. Even though the circulation began to weaken, the
tornado continued northeast and produced high end EF1 damage
throughout central Jasper County before moving across the western
side of Paulding. The tornado weakened in this area, still
producing widespread EF0-EF1 tree damage as it crossed MS Highway
503 north of Paulding. The tornado lifted shortly thereafter along
County Road 31.

Subject matter experts continue to review the most intense
portions of this tornado path, and additional adjustments remain
possible over the coming weeks.
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 楼主| 发表于 2020-4-18 09:41 | 显示全部楼层
.WALTHALL/S LAWRENCE/NW MARION/SW JEFFERSON DAVIS TORNADO...

Rating:                 EF4
Estimated Peak Wind:    170 mph
Path Length /statute/:  21.2 miles (14.5 miles in JAN CWA)
Path Width /maximum/:   3/4 mile
Fatalities:             4 (2 in JAN CWA)
Injuries:               Unknown

Start Date:             4/12/2020
Start Time:             3:39 PM CDT
Start Location:         5 NW Salem / Walthall County / MS
Start Lat/Lon:          31.2763 / -90.1732

End Date:               4/12/2020
End Time:               4:05 PM CDT
End Location:           9 SW Bassfield/Jefferson Davis County/MS
End Lat/Lon:            31.4017 / -89.8505

Summary: The tornado touched down near Jefferson Rd just east of
the intersection with Jack Foil Rd. It quickly strengthened as it
moved northeastward through the Hope area where it produced damage
consistent with 115 mph winds. It also quickly grew in width and
was roughly 1200 yd/0.67 mi wide by the time it approached Hwy 27.
As it crossed Hwy 27 it continued to cause significant damage
along East Sartinville Rd. The tornado was strongest as it
approached James Ratcliff Rd. Two homes on this road were leveled,
one being reduced to a slab. Consultation with subject matter
experts including both engineers and experts in forensic tornado
damage analysis supports raising the maximum intensity to 170 mph
based on the house that was reduced to a slab and a large hard
wood tree that was uprooted and tossed several feet from where it
stood. The increased wind speed makes the tornado an EF-4 on the
Enhanced Fujita scale. The other home that was leveled suffered
damage consistent with a high end EF-3. While all walls were
collapsed, there was no evidence of bolts that would have held the
sill plates to the foundation. Thus, the wind speed for this
particular damage is reduced slightly from the expected. The
tornado was also widest in this area, reaching a maximum width of
around 1300 yards or approximately 0.75 miles. As it continued to
move northeastward, it continued snapping every tree near the
center of its path. It also caused substantial damage to several
small cinder block buildings, tore the roof off of a home and
rolled a tied down single-wide manufactured home as it crossed
East Sartinville Rd. From there it continued northeastward and
tore the entire roof from a brick home just before moving into
Lawrence County. It should be noted that from just southwest of
James Ratcliff Rd through the remainder of the Walthall Co portion
of the track, nearly every tree in the path of the tornado was
snapped or uprooted.

The tornado then moved into far southeast Lawrence County, where
it began snapping large hardwood branches on JK Givens Road. The
tornado started to strengthen as a large swath of broken and
uprooted hardwood trees were noted farther along JK Givens Road.
As the tornado moved east northeast to Tynes Ainsworth Road, it
tossed and completely destroyed a mobile home, causing two
fatalities. Concurrently, it also snapped numerous softwood and
hardwood trees behind and around the mobile home. The snapping and
uprooting of numerous softwood trees continued when it moved
northeast across Felix Sartin Road, while also causing some
shingles to be removed from a one-story residence. Swaths of
snapped hardwood trees and the uproot of trees was noted at Holmes
Road, where a few wooden power poles were also snapped. The
tornado then trekked into northwest Marion County, causing the
snapping of multiple softwood trees just north of Ranch Road. The
tornado moved northeast to US Road 587 where it broke a few wooden
power poles and continued snapping softwood trees. It continued
along its east-northeast path impacting River Road and Cooper
Road, and causing large softwood branches to snap and the snapping
and uprooting of softwood trees. The uprooting of a few softwood
trees was noted when the tornado reached Highway 13, though the
amount of uprooted trees was not as impressive from earlier in its
track, thus showing a declining in strength. The tornado moved
northeast into Jefferson Davis County, resulting in the snapping
of a few small softwood tree limbs at Raynes Road. The tornado
lifted at Joe Dyess Road, but not before snapping a few small
hardwood tree limbs.
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发表于 2020-4-18 11:53 | 显示全部楼层
其實到了現在,還未有一段這個EF5實時拍攝的影片...
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发表于 2020-4-18 12:28 | 显示全部楼层
禾愛糖 发表于 2020-4-18 11:53
其實到了現在,還未有一段這個EF5實時拍攝的影片...

疫情影响,追风的都不出来了。
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发表于 2020-4-18 21:55 | 显示全部楼层
禾愛糖 发表于 2020-4-18 11:53
其實到了現在,還未有一段這個EF5實時拍攝的影片...

其实一直有一些视频的,但能看清的现在只有一个,主要原因还是被雨幕和树木遮挡以及极高的移动速度

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrEAPP-SY4Y
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 楼主| 发表于 2020-4-19 08:28 | 显示全部楼层
fxhopexi 发表于 2020-4-18 18:07
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The confirmed tornado count from the April 12-13 outbreak now stands at 131. The updated stats...2 EF4s, 12 EF3s, 21 EF2s, 69 EF1's, 27 EF0s. Tornadoes by state..GA-28, AL-24, SC-21, NC-16, MS-15, LA-15, TX-6, TN-4, MD-2, FL-1.
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