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Tornado confirmed in Clark County | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 8 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Apr 27, 2011, titled Tornado confirmed in Clark County | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Trees and power lines were downed and roofs and siding were ripped from buildings in western Clark County today as a tornado whipped through the area just before 10 a.m., the National Weather Service said.

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Trooper Watch

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#1 Apr 27, 2011
WoW! Winds as high as 75 mph. WoW!! Everyone take cover.
fred powell

Maumee, OH

#2 Apr 27, 2011
Of course this is not climate change.
Harry Ballzich

Reynoldsburg, OH

#3 Apr 27, 2011
I drove there when the news came on that a tornado was sucking everything in sight!
Guess your speed

Natick, MA

#4 Apr 27, 2011
Trooper Watch wrote:
WoW! Winds as high as 75 mph. WoW!! Everyone take cover.
Hey on Sunday channel 4's Ben Gelber broke in on the hockey game to tell us there was a warning for pike county. Then went on for 40 minutes to tell where it was raining.
Revelation

Blacklick, OH

#6 Apr 27, 2011
This could be the End Times people ... REPENT!
Scared

Blacklick, OH

#7 Apr 27, 2011
I'm scared. Dialing up Al Gore to press his magic Climate Change button.
Darren

Cardington, OH

#8 Apr 27, 2011
fred powell wrote:
Of course this is not climate change.
Actually Fred, climate change, which I presume you mean global warming, would produce far less tornados.

In fact, Global Warming would produce a much, much calmer weather pattern.

That's the really, really funny part to those of us who are educated about weather, every time there is some extreme event, all the chicken littles run around trying to blame global warming. When they really should be screaming when the weather is tranquil when it should be more variable.

If all the people knew how positive global warming would actually be, they'd be pushing hard to make it happen.
Maliq

Columbus, OH

#9 Apr 28, 2011
Darren wrote:
<quoted text>
Actually Fred, climate change, which I presume you mean global warming, would produce far less tornados.
In fact, Global Warming would produce a much, much calmer weather pattern.
That's the really, really funny part to those of us who are educated about weather, every time there is some extreme event, all the chicken littles run around trying to blame global warming. When they really should be screaming when the weather is tranquil when it should be more variable.
If all the people knew how positive global warming would actually be, they'd be pushing hard to make it happen.
You have no clue what you are talking about. There is no logic whatsoever to arguing that weather patterns should be more predictable as the factors that inform them shift dramatically. No, we shouldn't see some "Day After Tomorrow" outbreak, but volatility in climate does not produce stability in weather patterns.

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