Jackson NWS leads nation in tornado warnings issued since 2005, Birmingham second
There are 1 comment on the The Mississippi Press story from Feb 16, 2014, titled Jackson NWS leads nation in tornado warnings issued since 2005, Birmingham second. In it, The Mississippi Press reports that:Since 2005, the National Weather Service office in Jackson has issued more tornado warnings than any other NWS office in the country, according to a chart posted Sunday on the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency's Facebook page.
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#1 Feb 17, 2014
This is really fascinating. You always think of Kansas or Nebraska when you think twisters but in reality they haven't gotten sh*t in comparison to us down here. And oh man do I remember the Sept. 2005 Rita/Katrina double whammy. I remember when the tornados were running up & down the state. Even still -- we're the most active part of the country....
Bad place to live.
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