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Which state (Alabama, Arkansas, or Louisiana) will have the most number of tornadoes as reported by NOAA @10:00 am on Friday 28 August 2015?(See Background Info Below)






Predicted: 93.17%

Actual: 100.00%



Predicted: 2.28%

Actual: 0.00%



Predicted: 2.52%

Actual: 0.00%



Predicted: 2.02%

Actual: 0.00%

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August 25, 2015 @ 09:59pm PDT



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SneakyPete   •   Fri Aug 28 2015 at 08:48am PDT

Alabama still tops the list with NOAA 22 reported tornadoes? It should be noted that NOAA has not updated its website for close to a month.

GeneH   •   Fri Aug 28 2015 at 09:07am PDT

To maintain the integrity of the question and so you wont not have to go back and change the outcome, it might be best to wait until it becomes official.

Perhaps they update on the 1st.

On another point to clarify, if you go to the below link near the top you will see a link “< 150827 Reports”. If you click on it you can go back day by day and see the tornado activity for the month of August. I did it and what it shows is an additional 3 tornados for Alabama and NONE for Arkansas or LA.

sflicht   •   Thu Aug 27 2015 at 05:04am PDT

Why do you think they’ll update the site tomorrow rather than on September 1? Do they always do every fourth Friday?

SneakyPete   •   Fri Aug 28 2015 at 08:54am PDT

I am not sure if NOAA has a set date to update its website. I normally try to use the last Friday of the month for most of my markets.

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