the suburb of Moore.
Weather officials estimated the strength of the storm to be an F4 or F5 on the Fujita Scale, the highest rating a tornado can achieve.
The National Weather Service said the tornado's preliminary classification was an F4, with winds up to 200 mph.
The devastated area was an estimated 30 square miles.
The following video shows the Oklahoma tornado from the ground. The author of the video intercepted the tornado from within a half mile by South Moore High School.
And an unimaginable time-lapse footage of the tornado that struck the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma area on May 20th, 2013.
According to Dutchsinse: “Radio frequency modification of the weather, RADAR pulses (what we call radar pulsed "HAARP rings" and "Scalar Squares") have played a role -- areas pulsed yesterday, being hit today.”
Read more about Radar pulses / Haarp rings
The F4 tornado is being called one of the worst to hit the entire country, ever.
source: news.yahoo.com , Dutchsinse
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