Just when you think 2020 couldn’t get anymore weird?!
How about the first Tornado Warning for a fire tornado!
Yes! For the first time in history, a tornado warning has been issued for a fire tornado by NWS.
For the first time in history, a tornado warning has been issued for a likely *fire tornado*.— Matthew Cappucci (@MatthewCappucci) August 15, 2020
These are not "firewhirls." This is a rotating smoke plume being ingested into a pyrocumulonimbus cloud that could produce a bonafide fire-induced tornado.
Tornadic wind speeds. pic.twitter.com/KwtAMv3qVp
This is an actual tornado caused by the thermal gradient of the wildfire cresting its own winds! And that’s the fire.
Who had #FireTornado on their list of things left that could happen in 2020?!? Well, CA officially had the first Fire Tornado in history today! Like the things that are happening is crazy crazy! #2020 #HeatWave pic.twitter.com/aYCSSe1IZb— Brad Everett Young (@BradEYoung) August 16, 2020
Now here a video of the fire tornado that prompted the tornado warning just west of Reno, NV (Loyalton Fire) on August 15, 2020 afternoon!
Fire Tornado today outside Chilcoot and Hallelujah Junction California. This was intense and scary!!!! @TheTXWXchaser @spahn711 @JimCantore @ReedTimmerAccu @jeffpiotrowski #CAwx #LoyaltonFire #firenado #FireSeason2020 pic.twitter.com/vfwrTKK02n— Tasha Joy (@That1GirlTasha) August 16, 2020
You don’t see this too often… a tornado warning issued for a firenado within a pyrocumulus cloud caused by a big wildfire near the CA/NV border.
Here some more pictures and videos from social media channels:
The "Fire Tornado" #LoyaltonFire is less than 20 miles away.— Gingeroo 🌲 #CA01 😷 #WearAMask (@Destiny22Ginger) August 16, 2020
Here's some photos my friend took on the road sometime this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/jR076cmVwR
Well, this is a first.— Peter Planamente (@plana_journ) August 15, 2020
“A pyrocumulonimbus from the Loyalton Wildfire is capable of producing a fire induced tornado.” 😳😳 #CAwx #LoyaltonFire #WxTwitter pic.twitter.com/yUEQ9iY1T9
image of the fire tornado in Lassen Co., CA today. divine. gorgeous. unbelievable. pic.twitter.com/jr9zj89tTh— Morgan Fuld (@mjfuld54) August 16, 2020
The National Weather Service has issued a rare fire tornado – or "firenado" – warning in California.— SkyNews (@SkyNews) August 16, 2020
Watch more videos from Sky News here: https://t.co/hp7v9d6BxL pic.twitter.com/6nOiKwqDQF
What the fuck? A fire tornado in CA? What the hell even is this year? Seriously like whoever is play jumanji PLEASE FINISH YOUR GAME ALREADY!! 2020 needs to end pic.twitter.com/BMKcD9g6Ft— Alexis James (Lexi) 💚🏹 (@LexiJ25) August 16, 2020
So yes, what the heck?!? Today a fire tornado warning, the first ever of its kind… And what about tomorrow? The weather is going crazy this year? Like us people! Seriously, 2020 needs to end now!
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Due to the Grand Solar Minimum, expect more insane weather for decades to come. On top of the GSM, earth’s magnetic poles are in the flip process. This means more galactic & solar cosmic rays are bombarding earth than would be if the poles were not about to flip. Oh, and let’s not forget that the magnetic field is weakening extremely fast now; almost exponentially at this point in time. And just to add insult to injury, our solar system is supposedly moving through some sort of “debris field”; asteroids. Buckle up folks. The next five generations of humanity is going to live in some crazy wild times. Sort of wish I could live to be 1000 years old and witness the entire episode.