- Feb 2007
Thanks for further clarifying how often you, your family, friends, neighbors, & coworkers all play the lottery of death and destruction, it seems.Sorry. Again i need to clarify. That those are the pds days only. In my area we average anywhere between 10 - 25 watch days a year. Of course every watch ought to be taken seriously. But pds days can be nerve wracking for anyone.
Just a few videos for you.
Yes. All direct hits caught on camera from inside powerfully violent tonadoes from low end EF 4-s to EF 5's.
(I guess it takes some getting used to...if one ever really does get used to tornados, that is.)
And thanks for the videos. But, I don't know if I should consider those indivuals who shot those videos as being brave or quite careless with their own safety. And personally, if I were that interested in capturing them on video, I'd try to setup some sort of remote way of capturing them on video, if that were possible...as I watch them from a bunker underground.
(I do recall awhile back about a group of people who took shelter and survived tucked in under an overpass and they watched as a tornado passed right over that overpass. And they later described seeing bright light and some blue sky while looking up through the center of the tornado as it passed over. That must have been an interesting experience for them, and one that they would talk about at times for the rest of their lives.)