This is a post to show some incorrect ratings of the phil campbell EF5.
Note that there are so much mistakes i was only able to show stuff from the first county for this post.
it is to note there were over 360 tornadoes form this outbreak , so they had there hands full.
however this dose not stop the fact they seem to never have fix there survey.
I’m not trying to be rude to nws , but i do wish they could notice the major flaws they did here.
Even tough there are errors , not all of them are incorrect , here is a example of a correct rating and position.
EF0 damage line inside the EF1 damage line.
EF2-EF3 outline is not added.. , the EF1 and EF0 go inside each other , also note the Damage outline and points mostly seem to be too much to the north?
Image from 2006 , note the home on the left is being build it seems.
Image from 2011 , the home on the left and right are standing with almost no damage , however the southern part of the image has some severe damage, unsure why they shove the EF4 outline around ef3 damage?.
a home that says its swept clean , note for later and , note that the bush’s are fine not even debarked.
Same house , but suddenly its rated EF4? and stated to not be swept clean?
Same home again , but now says EF3+ but with winds of 170 MPH
All walls collapsed , that’s not what EF5 damage is… , take a look under for what is EF5 damage.
All walls down stops at 198 MPH
190 MPH EF5 rating.
??? is it swept clean or not ???
Notice that where the EF5 area is at , most of it (south part , including the damage points you can see the homes are clearly standing with there roof’s mostly still there.)
and yes that’s a overlay image i added to get a better view.
EF3 Line is slightly sticking out of the EF2 line , there seems to be no EF2+ damage here , trees are all fine , don’t see any evidence of a home being there?
Very incorrect , damage core is way south of where they put the survey , it looks more severe then just being EF1 as well…
even more close up , and a year after and in better quality , all trees are down.
I recommend them to look at the survey and fix it up.