Arizona Tornado

October 7, 2010 by staff 

Arizona Tornado, TD 17 has formed over the western Atlantic. This is a “subtropical storm” means that the system has two features tropical and non-tropical. TD17 forecasts have become a named storm in the coming days or more, but no threat to land, the current direction of the storm to curve the sea our next name on the 2010 list of hurricanes in the Atlantic Otto.

The West gets wet with the potential for dangerous storms. Parts of the four corners could become harder to violent thunderstorms with hail, strong winds and isolated tornadoes. Flash flooding is a threat all day. It has been confirmed outside damage reports Flagstaff, Arizona from a tornado.

Here is the report from the NWS:

0635 AM TSTM WND DMG Bellemont

06/10/2010 Coconino AZ NWS EMPLOYEE


TORNADO. Train derailed and overturned trucks.

It was reported flooding, hail and winds over 70 mph wide last night outside the Phoenix area.

Midsection nations will continue to be dry for most with fabulous fall.

Another rainy day uncertain for the North East. Parts of New England could get 1-2 inches of rain added.

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