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    What in the World? Crazy “Cloud Dump” Over Ohio – Microburst

    By Nate  Published: September 4, 2016

    Microbursts are not exactly common, but they do happen from time to time. The crazy weather continues, this time it was over Ohio.

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    It’s called a microburst — that’s a localized column of sinking air — or downdraft– within a thunderstorm.

    Wind speeds in microbursts can reach up to 100 mph, or even higher, which is equivalent to an EF-1 tornado!

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    Noticed the radar station directly in the center? Weather Modification + HAARP denied — RESPONSE — (Must see!!) Please enable JavaScript Please enable JavaScript Please… Read more »

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    THAT IS INSANE!!!!!!! What in the world is going on – am I the only one seeing this?!