Largest Tornado in History Presentation Wednesday 28th August 2013

WEATHERWATCH-NEWS-AUGUST2013Location: Turrumurra Uniting Church, Turrumurra - 10 Turrumurra Avenue, NSW
The next meeting of the AMOS Sydney Weatherwatch Group will be held at our Turramurra on Wednesday 28th August 2013 at 7:30 pm (19:30) for a 7:45pm (19:45) start.
OUR GUEST SPEAKER will be will be John Dailey from the Turramurra Community Garden who will speak on “Gardening and Weather; The establishment and growth of the Turramurra Community Garden”.
Additionally, Jimmy Deguara will show a video of the “The Oklahoma Tornado, the widest tornado in history (4.2km)” and Michael Scollay will present an update about “The Disappearing 2013 Snow Season” which will see +60cm by late August!
PLEASE RSVP to Alan Williams if you have not done so already.
Alan’s Contact Details: Phone (02) 9488 9975 or e-mail: [email protected]
Also use Alan’s Contact Details for apologies, enquiries and to update your email address etc.

PARKING is available in the Council car-park accessed from Turramurra Avenue, north of the Pacific Highway. The Turramurra Uniting Church entrance is on the north side of the car-park.
Michael Scollay
0423 555 240

2 thought on “Largest Tornado in History Presentation Wednesday 28th August 2013”
  1. It was great to be able to present to an enthusiastic audience and sorry of I got a little excited or passionate about this event. But the 31st May 2013 El Reno 4.2km wide tornado was a rather significant and scary event – one will never forget in a hurry!

  2. Sounds interesting. Jimmy, I only found out about the talk about 1 hour after it had started only because I get home from work after 6 pm. I checked my EMails at 8 pm and it was too late to do anything. Never mind. It would have been a very interesting discussion.

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