- published: 23 Oct 2014
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Yesterday (October 23rd) a confirmed EF-1 tornado briefly touched down in the Longview/Kelso area, which caused damage to some buildings in the area and left a lot of people surprised. All rights go to The Weather Channel and to those who shot the cell phone videos of the tornado. No copyright infringement is intended.
taken from the 200 block of 27th avenue facing north
I wish I started filming five minutes earlier when the winds were gusting away. If I had to guess I would say they were 50 to 60 mph winds.
NOTE: The "funnel" is not visible in this video, which was filmed while the tornado was produced nearby. Emergency broadcasts were unable to confirm the exact location of the tornado until several minutes after this video was recorded. This storm was considered a PDS and produced a large wedge tornado. Power flashes and debris were being reported during the filming of this video and damage in Eastern Longview and along the path of the tornado was documented. This tornado was only one of seven tornadoes that touched down across East Texas on December 23, 2009 (in addition to a tornado touchdown in Louisiana and another in Arkansas). Tornado Strength: EF2 (winds estimated at 110-120mph) Width: 200 yards Path Length: 7 miles Time on Ground: 17 minutes The Longview tornado caused ...
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this was one of our worst snow storms since 1937 people got around ok but cuase some issues
Haven't made one of these babies in a while, so here it is! This emulation is for my neighbors two counties to the east, Longview. A rainy, pre-Christmas Thursday evening is in store for the area, and it looks like things will dry up briefly tomorrow before more rain arrives by the weekend. UPDATES: the Local Weather ID number has been added onto the blue bar, similar to the pre-2013 IntelliSTAR graphics. Plus, I've also added my own Weather Channel Station ID segment concept at the beginning of the video as well as a real Local On The 8s intro video from 2011. I even brought back Allen Jackson's Vocal Local narrations for this emulation. Features "My Favorite Things" by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass. No copyright infringement is intended.
Hear from some locals as we explore the area and learn about what the Longview area has to offer in this edition of City Skinny! Video by Broken Bench Productions www.brokenbenchproductions.com Video by Broken Bench Productions www.brokenbenchproductions.com