No rain predicted whatsoever...I'd kinda welcome a little shower on Sunday, though, because if there's no rain at all that dust is gonna get kicked up. Nothing like last year (with the eternal drought from hell going on), but still not perfect. Then again, what is perfect?
You will likely see Bonnaroo tornadoes (dust devils) so stake your stuff down.
A real tornado is very unlikely but would be a tradegy.
uuuummmmmm..... yeah. The big white canopy at :17 was mine. Every time I see that video I'm amazed that no-one got hurt. Look at how it flips over and the legs DON'T fall out like missiles. There was nothing holding them in.....It landed in an emergency lane about 200' away. It was not staked down. You should see the size of the stakes and hammer I'm bringing this year!
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You know the video is absolutely hilarous....That tent flying around in circles....I was there that year in GA and I was in out tent sleeping when the wind picked up I was like what the hell is going on...lucky our tent was fine but across from us camped these people brought in a screened gazeebo that was pretty high tech, almost like a permanent structure with metal sides and they had a bar in it every night and sold drinks......well I got out of my tent and the wind picked up that gazeebo and dropped it right back down smashing it to pieces.....the roof come down and the sides.....the ironic thing was that the people were all sleeping under it and no one got hurt.......what sights to be seen
Post by jray05stang on May 26, 2008 15:20:57 GMT -5
The sever weather season for the most part is over East of the Mississippi River... Sever tornadic storms are the result of cold fronts mashing into hot weather... The strong cold fronts from canada have for the most part come to an end so there should be no tornados... Now there is always a chance of a freak occurrence but the odds are very slim! Our major chance of rain would be the result of midday warming creating some pop up storms around the area... I hope the forecast works out because it looks great!
Post by jray05stang on May 27, 2008 2:32:59 GMT -5
Also the jet stream is making a steady move north as we speak... the jet stream is responsible for our weather and as it moves north so do the storms... As of NOW the jet stream is parked way north of Tennessee as you can see squall.sfsu.edu/gif/jetstream_init_00.gif ...