Now he's making this claim:
4/26/2012 -- No NWS warnings for WV, VA, OH, NC, SC.. BE ALERT = tornadoes, hail, damaging winds
He's claiming that the NWS is failing to identify severe weather or possibly deliberately fail to warn people about severe weather. Fact is, none of the storms reached criteria to be classified as severe. Some were "strong" but the criteria for issuing a severe thunderstorm warning is pretty specific and those criteria were not met.
Also, no tornadoes occurred or were detected by radar. TITAN mis-identified that storm.
Sorry, gonna have to correct ya on this one. It just so happens that about an hour before dutch made that vid, severe thunderstorm watch 188 was issued, which is the one he points out in the vid covering srn IL, swrn IN and nwrn KY. That system developed into a severe line of storms a few hours later as it moved SE while the storm system dutch focused on was less severe overall and dissipated over that time. At the time ww188 was issued there were also active severe thunderstorm warnings in exactly the areas dutch hightlights but claims no warnings were issued. Yes, they were...see HERE. For whatever reason they didn't show up on Intellicast, or may have expired by the time he made his vid as those storms were weakening, but dutch doesn't bother to go to the SPC current convective watches page to verify anything. He just yammers on about the pretty pictures on a glitchy, free radar display product but can't be bothered to check the website of the very agency he accuses of not doing their jobs in issuing weather alerts. The SPC was all over the weather that night and by all indications that I can see issued all the appropriate watches and warnings.
I've gotten so beyond annoyed with Dutch I can hardly speak. I have been suggesting that people google "NEXRAD hoax", click through all the links and think about how the same story Dutch is telling now was told and debunked 10 years ago. His response? He asked how the stories can be that old because they didn't start until 2008 and implying I would not research "HAARP ring confirmation". The first is just laughable. The second? It produced a lot of hits.....all of which led directly back to him. Imagine the mindset that thinks his own "work" is confirmation of his theories. Ah, the wonder of an education grounded in YouTube.
I hear ya. After that vid accusing the NWS of not issuing warnings, while the developing system he ignored wound up producing the strongest storms, I wrote to the SPC in case there's anything they can do like slapping him with wreckless endangerment or something. He claims to be "saving lives" but the sad reality is he's endangering the lives of those who believe his nonsense. Just for good measure I wrote to Intellicast to alert them of dutch's copyright infringements.