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Discussion in 'Welcome to Allpar!' started by Cody's Car Conundrum, Jun 4, 2017.

  1. Doug D

    Doug D Virginia Gentleman

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    Yeah, tell me about it. Fortunately, Isabel was about 10 years ago and the worst we've had since is a tropical storm (lots of rain and winds up to 40 mph), but we can get that in a bad thunderstorm (LOL!).

    We did have an EF4 tornado touch down in southern Maryland about 9-10 years ago. Was on the ground for 24 miles. Really tore up some stuff.
     
  2. Cody's Car Conundrum

    Cody's Car Conundrum Active Member

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    Lol. Just out of curiosity, isn't the worst possible tornado a EF8 or something like that? (Also whatever happened to that show Storm Chasers!?)
     
  3. Doug D

    Doug D Virginia Gentleman

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    Theoretically, I think the highest is a EF6, but the worst observed is a EF5 (and they are bad enough!). Don't know about Storm Chasers - never really watched it.
     

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