The slow-moving ice storm that killed at least 6 people across the central U.S. over the weekend continues across portions of the region on...
A warning on the video board read “Severe Weather. Please Take Shelter,” as fans stayed in seats and wandered the large plazas
Cowboys fans who attended Sunday’s home loss to the Packers got a double whammy. Not only did they witness in person a painful, last-second playoff defeat for Dallas, but thousands were stuck at AT&T Stadium for several hours afterward because of a tornado warning. Bad to worse for Dallas fans – Cowboys lose, ATT Stadium […]
A tornado warning after Green Bay's victory over Dallas in an NFC divisional playoff kept some fans, the entire Packers contingent and a few Cowboys players inside AT&T Stadium for more than hour after the game Sunday night
Storm delayed departure of team buses, and Cowboys stars were seen on field well after game.
Following the Dallas Cowboys loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, something more serious was occurring outside as a tornado warning was issued for the area. In othe news, can’t leave stadium. Tornado watch. pic.twitter.com/o1w2yVNxlU — Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) January 16, 2017 So tornado south of us..see where six flags is that’s where […]
Any Cowboys who hoped to make a quick exit from AT&T Stadium after a painful 34-31 loss to the Packers were blocked from doing so by Mother Nature. A tornado warning in the Dallas area has led security at the stadium to have people shelter in place away from windows until the storm makes its…
A tornado warning has anyone still left at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, taking shelter
Louisville, KY-based artist Laura Skinner captured a Tornado in a bottle. Is it a full-size tornado in an impossibly enormous bottle or an incredibly rare miniature tornado? Depends on how you look at it, which is what makes it awesome! lustik Tornado - Laura Skinner via Our Risd.
Little MikeHow LongElrob RecordsMichael Markowitz, aka Little Mike, has a new set of Chicago-styled blues "How Long," although his usual cohorts, The Tornados are not present. Musically there will be little surprises as Mike brings his...Show More Summary
The Talladega College Marching Tornadoes now have plenty of money to play at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration. The small, historically black college was struggling to raise the $75,000 needed to fund the trip to Washington, D.C., for the band's 230 members. Show More Summary
Well, OK, it's not a tornado, a hurricane or blizzard, but I thought this photo was representative of damage from the recent Atmospheric River that hit the West Coast. I have been on this road in the summer. This is...
On January 2, 2017, at least nine tornados and straight line winds ran through Albany, GA damaging all sections of the city and extending into the rural areas beyond the city. There was not a neighborhood left untouched, and over 16 million dollars in damages has been counted. Show More Summary
We Caught Up With Melbourne-via-Berlin Producer Lewie Day Along With A Full-stream Of His Stunning New LP On Gerd Janson's Running Back Label.
USA Today reports: With 10 days to go before Donald Trump’s inauguration, the entertainment roster is still sparse, with only Jackie Evancho, the Rockettes, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Talladega College Marching Tornadoes confirmed to perform. Show More Summary
(University of Chicago) The frequency of large-scale tornado outbreaks is increasing in the United States, particularly when it comes to the most extreme events, according to research recently published in Science.
The Talladega College Marching Tornadoes will be part of the Inauguration Day parade. The post Historically Black College Marching Band Will Perform at Inauguration Despite Alumni Demands appeared first on RedState.
The name Mike Olbinski has become fairly synonymous with with amazing weather timelapse films. And he’s kicked 2017 off to an amazing start with Pulse, a 4K black & white timelapses showing some absolutely incredible storms and tornadoes. Show More Summary
An EF5 tornado tore through Joplin, Missouri, on 22 May 2011. The tornado, a mile wide, killed 158 people in this town of 50,789 and injured 1,150; insurance damage claims reached toward $3 billion. When the storm was gone, and dazed residents started to shift through the...
With internet security breaches becoming commonplace, what is the forecast for cloud computing in the law? A tornado, such as the 1.5 billion email hacks at Yahoo last year, should at least give lawyers pause to reconsider the best practices of cloud computing. Jennifer L. Ellis, of Lowenthal &......