(Today, 06:50 AM)Anonymous Kritter Wrote: It's just spring weather for the tornadoes.
No new record or anything on that yet.
The floods though is a different story.
Don't believe 5G has anything to do with that though,either.
You are starting to obsess that 5G is the cause for everything.
Ions are the cause of everything weatherwise. 5G is impacting the ions thus 5G is impacting the severe weather which has produced tornadoes for at least 12 straight days
with more on the way There were 52 in and around Dayton last night, and more tornadoes in multiple other states.
This chart linked below shows that this year's tornadoes (black line) are close to the all time record set in 1894 when record keeping was not very accurate and possibly exaggerated by counting the same tornado from different vantage points (red line.) The other lines are percentiles.
Forecasts are for more tornadoes today, tomorrow and Thursday. Each new day brings new tornado forecasts because the weather folks don't predict tornadoes more than two days out.
Although I can't predict whether the ions will product a tornado, it's easy to predict that they will bring severe weather far more often than usual.
More dangerous than the tornadoes is the Oroville Dam situation.
Excess rain and snow in the mountains has resulted in the water level steadily rising to within feet of spilling over. The chute concrete hasn't cured thoroughly yet, so they are very limited on hiom much the water can be released.
Each additional foot of death puts huge additional pressure, like a fire hose, into the earthen dam which can cause liquefaction.
5G is causing the rain that is leading to inevitable the collapse of the dam because the dam and its chute are unable to discharge enough water.
1.4 million people will be displaced or killed, especially if they are not evacuated well before the trouble starts.