I have seen a few funnel clouds, Experienced a class 2 hurricane (Isabelle i beleive it was) in Hampton Roads a few years ago that had a microburst event over the neighborhood in which I was living at the time. Trees laying over the power lines from the hurricane. Hundreds of large old growth trees where blow over in a counter-clock wise circle from the microburst event.. The whole area reminded me of a bunch of Rabbit furrows. I was without power for 12 days 13 hrs. and 11 mins.
I'm REALLY not looking forward to the possibilities overnight and into the morning hours here in Western KY/ NW TN. I hate storms with a passion. It's one thing to experience them during daylight hours but during the time when most people are asleep is not a good thing. Stay safe everyone. Posted via VolNation Mobile
Here it is 70 with high humidity at 2am. That is fuel for the fire with the gulf moisture being brought up by the jet stream, then when that collides with the cool front, the atmosphere is going to be getting crazy Posted via VolNation Mobile