We’ve all been watching the coverage of the devastating tornado outbreak that hit the Southern states. 250 people, so far, confirmed dead. Beyond sad. Watching all this I can’t help but be reminded of May 3, 1999. That was one of the scariest nights of my life. Between 3 & 5pm they started forming near OKC and just blew up. The F5 that formed that night was almost, if not, a mile wide and recorded the strongest winds ever at over 300 mph. Data’s still not in for the storms that hit Alabama but the tornado that hit Tuscaloosa may have been even bigger. And that’s beyond frightening. Thoughts and prayers go out for the those down South. Let’s hope this doesn’t happen again any time soon.

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