Tornado Alley-Real Time Tornado on Weather Channel – featuring Hattiesburg (Part 2)





The 2013 Hattiesburg, Mississippi tornado was a large and violent EF4 multiple-vortex wedge tornado that devastated portions of West Hattiesburg, Hattiesburg, and Petal, Mississippi, as well as surrounding locations on Sunday, February 10, 2013. It was one of eight tornadoes that touched down in southern Mississippi and southwestern Alabama that day. The tornado reached a maximum path width of 0.75 mi (1.21 km) during its path through the Hattiesburg area and reached estimated maximum sustained winds of 170 mph (270 km/h) in the Oak Grove community of West Hattiesburg. It destroyed many structures and impacted University of Southern Mississippi and two high schools: Oak Grove High School and Hattiesburg High School. Mississippi was declared a federal disaster area by President Barack Obama, and a state of emergency was issued by Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant.

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14 thoughts on “Tornado Alley-Real Time Tornado on Weather Channel – featuring Hattiesburg (Part 2)

  1. Okay why was the couple driving directly towards the tornado and filming at that? At this point I would be trying to get away because that thing is a mile wide, so again why are they driving right into the tornado???

  2. 5:27 okay 1) Why the hell would you keep driving TOWARDS it and 2) Does Paul have PTSD now? he looks stone cold… I really don't understand people and their actions. I mean I know Reed gives no craps about lifes or other people and would drive right into a tornado but these people are civies, so why would they drive right towards one?……

  3. i was in Hattiesburg i was just sitting in the basement not know ing what was going i was like AHHHH this was the worst experience ever im just so lucky to be alive then I heard a house just blow away i saw it in the small window and that was my freind's house…. i was just crying so bad but after it went somewhere else i saw her run to my house i was just thank ing god she was alive see went in the basement door and was crying so bad after it was done i was crying look ing at all the damge it was so bad but then a other tornado warning came i was like…. NOO PLEASE NO i was crying bad just hug ing my friend so tight after it was done i was so lucky too be alive.

  4. I just can't imagine driving down the road with a tornado just roaming around. I think I'd stop at any sturdy looking structure for shelter, a bank or restaurant that's likely to have interior bathrooms or a freezer. I think the only way I'd try to keep running is if I was on a highway with nowhere to stop. I know you're supposed to get out of your car and get in a ditch but I don't think I could make myself do that. Yeah, if I were in a tornado movie, I'd be dead. x_x

  5. Wait, are Scott and Mike, the guys that had the video where the guy filming keeps telling the driver to stop and go? I hate that video so much. Dude acts like such a douche.

  6. People out driving around had no business doing so. They needed to get to shelter and off the road. The only people that should have been out were emergency services, and possibly chasers. People were not paying attention to the skies like they should have been.

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