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Showing posts with label tornadoes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label tornadoes. Show all posts

April 24, 2012

Tornadoes: A natural disaster that came to Mexico



On March 2012, there were tornadoes and Temoaya Toluca, Mexico State. A natural phenomenon that has rarely been presented in Mexico. Have also been presented in different states like Nuevo Leon.

April 15, 2012

Breaking news : Deadly tornadoes hit U.S. April 15, 2012



Tornadoes pummeled Oklahoma, Nebraska and Kansas on Saturday and severe weather struck a hospital in Iowa as residents of the U.S. Central and Southern Plains states hunkered down for a predicted major outbreak of twisters that could continue into the night.





But even as storms skipped across the region, no deaths or injuries were reported from twisters by nightfall, as violent tornadoes appeared largely restricted to mostly underpopulated areas.

"Conditions will remain very favorable through the evening for very strong and potentially long-lived tornadoes," the National Weather Service said in an advisory. "Tornadoes will be possible in these areas through the early morning hours."





It warned that nighttime tornadoes can be particularly dangerous because they are usually fast-moving and often obscured by rain and darkness, but said the likelihood of the strongest storms was not as high overnight.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency said the worst conditions were expected to hit late on Saturday between Oklahoma City and Salina, Kansas, while other areas could see baseball-sized hail and strong winds.





Severe thunderstorms and tornadoes were also expected over parts of Nebraska, The National Weather Service said, and severe storms were possible from Texas to Minnesota.

In the Iowa town of Creston, the Greater Regional Medical Center hospital was damaged by a possible tornado on Saturday evening, said a woman who answered the phone there but declined to give her name.

"We've been hit," she said. Asked if there were injuries, she said, "none that I know of."

A dispatcher for the Union County sheriff's office said he was unable to release any information about damages to the hospital or buildings. The National Weather Service could not immediately confirm the storm was a tornado.



Creston City Councilman Randy White said patients were being moved to hospitals in surrounding communities after the tornado passed north and west of downtown, knocking out power to all but a small part of the town of about 7,500 people.



Tornadoes also raced through north central Kansas in the early evening. Five homes in rural Saline County were damaged, but the tornado avoided towns and no one was hurt, said Joe Koch, county director of emergency management.

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