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TidenUP
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
I was watching Brett Adair earlier and he was in a parking lot in Vestavia Hills. His camera showed what looked like a river running through an office complex.


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Duke
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
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pop back up around Memphis after the line has pushed through?


There's a cold front draped across there and it's sitting right by the primary surface low.


The Spleen
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
Good lord that was a shitload of rain.


pmacattack
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
Poweroutage.us has AL at 126k without power

Majority outages located south of BHAM
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East Coast Band
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
Reports around Birmingham of 6.5 inches of rain.
Had about 5 inches of rain here SW of Birmingham.


hiremikeleach
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
At auburn it just went ham for like 15 minutes then I it has just been drizzling a little bit


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LegendInMyMind
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TIGERBAIT84
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
Pretty sure that strike landed in my bedroom.

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Holy shite.


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LSUGrrrl
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
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why am I not surprised there's a city in Texas named Gun Barrel City?


My Lakehouse in on the Gun Barrel City/Mabank line. I can receive deliveries there using either city in the address. Their city logo is 2 pistols with their barrels crossing and it’s everywhere around town
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LegendInMyMind
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
I saw that one.
It really is ridiculous, particularly for a company that employs an "Extreme Meteorologist" whom they pay well for chasing storms.


Bobby OG Johnson
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
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NWS Birmingham
@NWSBirmingham
SURVEY UPDATE: Survey crews have confirmed two tornadoes thus far...
1) EF-0 in N Perry Co into W Chilton Co from yesterday's storms.
2) EF-0 near Clinton in Greene Co from Sunday's storms.
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@NWSBirmingham
NEW: Survey crew now confirms an EF-1 tornado caused the damage in the Cobb Ford Rd area of Prattville yesterday. This survey is still ongoing.



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Bobby OG Johnson
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
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Tyler Sebree
@TylerWSFA12
PRATTVILLE TORNADO:

The damage done along and near Cobbs Ford Road was done by an EF-1 tornado. That would mean wind speeds of 86-110mph. Exact details will be released soon! Other storm surveys are ongoing.

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The Boat
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
Dollar Generals are a pretty good way of showing where people in the country live


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LegendInMyMind
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
Hell, we had line come through yesterday in North AL/Southern TN. We had a 62mph gust. There were winds over 70 to our West with pretty significant damage. shite got hairy for about 15 minutes. We only lost a couple limbs and everything has an Eastward lean to it for the time being. Surprisingly, no leaks this time.


Bobby OG Johnson
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re: May 4th Severe Weather Threat Thread (Flash Flood Emergency - Birmingham & Hoover, Ala.)
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no leaks this time


Good to hear.



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