Putnam’s MCS is developing…

Judging by the radar and the recent SVR for Union County NM, it may be possible that Putnam’s MCS is developing…

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Putnam has been storm chasing since 1990 and is a co-founder of Hook-Echo.com. For his day job, Putnam works in emergency management for information technology.
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5 Responses to Putnam’s MCS is developing…

  1. Rob says:

    Okay, who had the Allsop’s burrito?

  2. Jay says:

    Well, I think who ever ate the burrito did not follow up with a foot-long chili-cheese dog and a quart of milk. 🙂 Sick, but true. Said storm croaked big time! And the cluster of storms moving across western and central KS late this evening may have shown their best. In any case, its game over for a week at least, but likely for the rest of the month. By the way…. BUUURRRPPP! Got Milk?

  3. Putnam R. says:

    I got had! But it really did look good, but it is 2006.

    Now, check out the 00z GFS at about 192-240 hours. It won’t happen, but would be nice.

  4. Putnam R. says:

    Had damage in Tulsa this morning with about 12,000 without power. Not sure of have much structural damage occurred, but lots of downed power lines and trees.

  5. Allen W says:

    The Ferris Wheel at Bells Amusement park was ground zero this morning. The winds crushed it to the ground. Some roof damage to several homes and lots of trees down. Appears to be a microburst!

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