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Saturday, March 20, 2021

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For those without comedic tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article about Tornado outbreak of March 16–18, 2021.

The Southeast was completely infected in a tornado outbreak.

Remember how it got extremely warm? Yeah, cold fronts do come. They bring 20-50 mile wide thunderstorms, which can take 15 minutes when God is happy and you have human rights, or a day when you're not. [1] But in this case, not only did Winter Storm Xylia did problems, but COVID-19. This was around the one year anniversary of COVID coming around, as a result, the coronavirus gods morphed into 37 tornadoes across the Southeast, which was crippled by coronavirus.

The final assault of COVID began due to the populations being vaccinated, which is reducing them. So they launched one final assault while they could. Only one person died, but five got infected. 103,000 people got quarentined. Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Missouri, Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia, all got infected. The outbreak began just after 7pm on March 16 and ended just after 9:30pm on March 18, when COVID slept for good. (Until it spawned another one in Australia. However, it began in -5 time zone and ended in -4, so there's that. )

It played similar like a game of infection; you had to get away before you died.

The mass infection and destruction of Mississippi and Alabama[edit]

The tornadoes started out here, trying to infect as many as possible. Using interesting methods like wind, flooding and lightning. Most of the tornadoes were weak and skinny but some were strong. One EF2 in southwestern Alabama from 12:32-12:45pm actually managed to infect 2 people, and a game of "infection" began as all the other thunderstorms attempted to produce tornadoes. It moved for 5.08 miles and was over 900 meters large, and was coughing around for 90 meters, and they were unfortunate to be out and got sick.

A second EF2 occured that day from 3:44-4:40pm. It moved it's virus out for 36.5 miles and got 600 meters wide. This moved from southeast Mississippi to southwest Alabama. Two more people got infected and tons of other tornadoes moved up into Arkansas and Missouri. The other tornadoes were extremely weak though, including the one in Louisiana. Also, on March 18, a tornado from 5:26-5:37am infected a 5th person.

It's attempt to spread in other states[edit]

Arkansas, on March 17, saw a ten yard tornado track a tenth of a mile at 4:32pm. It was EF0, and shouldn't have been a tornado. ~6pm that day, an EF1 slashed forty kilometers into Missouri, 100 yards wide. We have yet to know if anyone got COVID off it. By 6am on March 18, it spread into Florida, and at 8am, into Georgia. [2] One, in southeast Georgia, was only an eleventh of a mile wide. Interstate 40and Interstate 85 saw a tornado in North Carolina. It ended with one last 150 yard tornado carving out four miles in southeast Virginia. No one got infected.

Sources[edit]

  • An example of when it took 1 day can be seen [1] with the 2014 NY Floods.
  • Note the Florida was -5 and Georgia was -4, though.