See Side Note at bottom
Storm and Tornado reports from Monday’s Severe Weather event December 10 2012
Here’s the lead up to this event posted Monday 12/10/12
Storm Warnings / Reports issued
Storm report Links
Tornadic Debris Signature – 0.5 degree correlation coefficient (CC) of Dual Pol from KBMX. There are 3 images in this loop. Notice the “explosion” of CC just east of I-65 on the last two images. This is called a Tornadic Debris Signature or TDS.
Walthall County Louisiana Tornado – KLIX Storm Relative Velocity at maximum intensity at 816 AM CST 12/10/2012
Marion County Tornado – These images from the Brandon, MS doppler radar show the tornadic thunderstorm at 8:20 am as the tornado passed near Columbia. The image on the left shows 0.5° base reflectivity data, and the image on the right shows 0.5° storm relative velocity data.
Side note : An active weather pattern continues next week and the following week. Next week may bring some interesting winter weather to the deep southeast per current models or severe storms depending where you’re at. Still a lot of uncertainty in this forecast as models continue to flip flop on final outcome. Computer models should have a better idea this weekend and I’ll post an update then. ~ Ed