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  1. This storm and a tornado came by my house day before yesterday and I too could feel the pressure in the air change. Its weird. It starts to feel like everything is about to float away and something in the atmosphere changes. So bizarre.

    1. And the sky is dark, but there’s also a bright sharpness to it at the same time. A weird, purplish green…hard to describe, but when you grow up with it, you recognize it

    2. @Esmond Neal it was a different tornado but it was the same storm system which has produced many tornados.

  2. It always shatters my heart when this happens… I’m from Massachusetts and would take a blizzard any day over those tornados and hurricanes.. my heart is with all the families and I’ll definitely be donating. Hug your loved ones tight today. 🥺❤️

  3. Natural disasters are head scratchers! During an out of control “controlled burn” by the US Forest Service similar devastation was seen here. Houses untouched or barely scorched, while others across the street were burned so badly even concrete foundations buckled from the heat! Objects can be replaced, a loved one can’t!

  4. It’s hard to imagine the devastation that the tornado caused this town. I hope all these people are okay.

  5. Those poor folks in that area have it rough. If the pollution from all the chemical plants and refineries isn’t enough they have to deal with hurricanes and tornadoes on a all too frequent basis.

  6. This is so scary..tornados are happening more and more…I am from Ontario and we never had many tornadoes….now it’s more and more. More ice storms…more wind storms ect.. And still there are people that think their is no global warming…

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  7. Thank goodness for utubers like Ryan Hall covering these storms for hours with storm chasers.There are other utubers doing the same that deserve credit,along with other meteorologist…

  8. It’s the world’s worst thing when a disaster happens where I’m from we get hurricanes for the last couple of years we’ve been lucky but who knows our luck might run out😲

  9. It was so loud. I live on the 17th Street canal. Could see the tornado out my back door heading from the westbank across the river and into Arabi.

  10. “Indiscriminate” he says, like the tornado has the ability to make judgements but instead on this occasion it hit the random button.

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