Sunday, March 3, 2024



Let me start by saying  ,,,,california is a   fucking toilet has   tornadoes .....earthquakes.....floods  .....droughts .....fires ......droughts.......all sort of  shite problems ....and it is  expensive........ and it is  run by democrats ........and people are leaving in droves   ....because  tax...... and  shit  and immigrant fuckers ........ shitting in the  streets  ........i think it needs  a huge   quake and   fall into the sea ..........personally

Two rare tornadoes touch down in Central California as storms pummel state

A tornado was captured on video by Gillian Salgado near Madera, CA, on Friday, March 1, 2024.
Screenshot of a tornado captured on video by Gillian Salgado near Madera, Calif., on Friday. (Courtesy of Gillian Salgado)

A tornado touched down in Kings County Saturday afternoon — the second tornado in two days to hit Central California.

The tornado touched down in the south end of Corcoran around 4:37 p.m., said meteorologist Carlos Molina with the National Weather Service's Hanford office. The tornado moved eastward and than dissipated by the time it got to U.S. Route 99, he said.

The tornado comes less than a day after a funnel cloud briefly touched down in the county of Madera, about 30 minutes north of Fresno. ABC7 reported the tornado touched down near an elementary school, forcing students to shelter in the cafeteria.

"This is the first time I’ve ever actually observed two tornadoes back to back," said Molina, noting moisture in the area from a winter storm had brought ideal conditions for such an event.

"Usually, for Central California, we normally would get one, possibly two tornadoes across our area between March and April," he said.

The back-to-back tornadoes come less than a month after two tornadoes touched down within a minute of each other along San Luis Obispo County’s coast.

Officials said at the time they were the first tornadoes to hit San Luis Obispo County since 2004 and the strongest since before 1950 with winds of 95 mph.

Elsewhere in the state, a blizzard pounded the Sierra Nevada on Saturday with gusts of up to 190 mph and almost 2 feet of snow in some places. A 75-mile stretch of Interstate 80 was shut down and ski resorts were force to close amid the dangerous conditions.

Read more: Powerful California blizzard shuts roads to Tahoe, Mammoth; 190-mph winds reported

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This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.

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