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Tornado Show LIVE – Halsey Concert in Maryland CANCELED after Flood and Tornado Warnings were issued in the area

A HALSEY concert was canceled on Wednesday after heavy water flooded the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland and tornado warnings were issued.

Fans had to wait for Halsey after her concert was delayed amid thunderstorms, a flood warning, and a tornado warning.

Although it was said the concert would resume, it was canceled at the last minute and fans were not happy.

A user tweeted: “Waited for Halsey during a thunderstorm, flood warning and tornado warning.

“Despite the show being late, they called everyone back to the arena, said the show would resume at 9:30 a.m., and then they canceled the show at the last minute.”

On Wednesday, the National Weather Service issued tornado warnings for parts of Kentucky, Indiana, Florida, Ohio and Maryland.

By the time the warnings were issued, some damage was already being reported in the Ohio and Kansas areas.

RRead our Tornado Watch Live Blog for the latest news and updates…

  • ‘Pool Party’ at Halsey’s concert

    While waiting for the Halsey concert to begin, one fan took to Twitter ahead of his cancellation and posted a video of the flooded amphitheater.

    The user wrote: “halsey pool party”

  • More footage of bearing damage in Ohio

    A tornado that landed in Tipp City, Ohio damaged a warehouse in the area.

    A Twitter user posted footage of the landing.

  • Fans upset at Halsey concert

    During a tornado warning in Maryland, singer Halsey performed a concert and only canceled after the venue flooded and a tornado warning was issued.

    Some fans weren’t happy with one saying: “Out in the middle of a crouching tornado warning at a concert that’s not happening. Great.”

    Another wrote: “The halsey md show being canceled tonight after we waited instead of being canceled when the first tornado warning was announced is my 13th reason.”

  • Tornado watching until 1am

    The Storm Prediction Center has issued a tornado clock for Belmont, Guernsey, Monroe and Noble counties in Ohio and Brooke, Marshall, Ohio, Tyler and Wetzel in West Virginia as of 1 a.m.

    This indicates, according to WTRF, that the likelihood of a tornado developing in the following hours is improving.

  • Tornado Watch still in effect in Miami Valley

    A tornado watch is in effect over the Miami Valley until 10 p.m.

    Six tornado warnings were issued over the Miami Valley on Wednesday, including one confirmed tornado, according to Dayton 24/7.

    On Thursday, the National Weather Service will assess the damage to determine the tornado’s classification.

  • “Careless and Dangerous”

    Halsey fans call their decision to go ahead with their concert “careless and dangerous” due to flooding at the venue.

  • Halsey’s concert continues

    According to a tweet from the Merriweather Post, the Halsey concert will resume at 9.30pm.

  • Tornado Watching Still Ongoing in Ohio

    According to an account on Twitter, southern Ohio is still experiencing heavy rain, severe storms and tornado watching.

  • Freeport Tornado Warning CANCELED

    The tornado warning for Greene County’s New Freeport region has been lifted, according to the WPXI.

    The National Weather Service previously issued a tornado warning for the New Freeport area of ​​Greene County.

  • Possible tornado developing in southern Maryland

    Another possible tornado has been developing in the Maryland area, according to the National Weather Service.

  • Watch the tornado fall in Tipp

    A news outlet has shared footage of the tornado making landfall in Tipp City, Ohio.

  • Conditions in Ohio

    As of 9 p.m. local time today, a tornado watch has been issued for most of central Ohio.

    Strong storms will roll over Ohio tonight, with the possibility of tornadoes, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.

    As of this writing, no tornadoes have been recorded along the frontline bringing the thunderstorms to the region, according to the Union County Daily.

    Gusty gusts, potential hail, heavy local rain and flooding are all likely to result from the thunderstorms.

  • Power outages after storms and warnings

    Thousands of people across the region have lost power as a result of strong storms and tornado warnings that were issued Wednesday, according to WHIO TV.

    Here are the areas with outages as of 8 p.m.:

    Ohio Edison:

    • Clark: 3,750
    • Champagne: 94

    AES Ohio:

    • Miami: 851
    • Goods: 468
    • Green: 121
    • Dark: 28
    • Montgomery: 16
  • Twitter user spends time looking for cat after warning

    Someone posted video footage of themselves searching for their cat on Twitter after a tornado warning was issued in their area last night.

  • Warning from a Twitter user

    Someone shared video of what appeared to be a stagnant tornado wreaking havoc in a neighborhood.

    However, one Twitter user pointed out that when a tornado isn’t moving, it’s headed your way.

  • Tornado watch issued in several states

    A tornado watch was issued for areas in Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and West Virginia through 1 a.m., according to the National Weather Service on Twitter.

  • Damage reported in Miami Valley

    Storm damage was reported throughout the Miami Valley tonight, according to WHIO TV.

    Several downed cables and trees were reported by police and firefighters on Fountain Road and Kensington Road in Springfield.

    According to initial emergency scanner data, there are reports of toppled barns and damaged homes on Block 600 of Schnorf-Jones Road in Darke County.

  • Footage from the landing in Ohio

    Footage of a tornado making landfall in Tipp City, Ohio was recently posted on Twitter.

  • Tornado damage in tip

    Damage was done to areas of Tipp City, Ohio today after a tornado landed in the area.

    According to a tweet, there have been no reports of injuries yet.

  • Florida forecast

    Thunderstorms, some strong to violent, are expected to continue through Florida tonight, according to WHIO.com.

    Before 10 p.m. there is a high risk of severe weather.

    The two greatest dangers will be destructive winds and large hail. It is also possible to have a single tornado.

    All storms have the potential to bring torrential rain and lightning from cloud to ground.

  • Storm brewing in Independence, Kentucky

    Twitter user Chris Barbour shared video of dark clouds forming in Independence, Kentucky, where a tornado warning has been issued.

  • Tornado confirmed south of Troy, Ohio

    Reporters from Dayton247Now have confirmed that a tornado has landed south of Troy, Ohio and is moving at about 30 miles per hour.

    Damage was also reported.

  • The Different Categories of Tornadoes, continued

    Another measurement system, known as the Enhanced Fujita Scale (or EF Scale), is a series of damage-based wind estimates.

    The scale uses wind gusts of three seconds from the estimated damage location to determine a category for the natural disaster.

    The measurements of the EF scale are as follows:

    • 0: 65-85mph
    • 1: 86-110mph
    • 2: 111-135mph
    • 3: 136-165mph
    • 4: 166-200mph
    • 5: Over 200mph
  • What Are the Different Categories of Tornadoes?

    According to the Fujita scale, tornadoes in North America are classified into one of six categories: F0 through F5.

    The Fujita scale (or F-scale) measures the damage intensity of tornadoes, according to the National Weather Service.

    On the Fujita scale, category four and five tornadoes are considered violent. Two and three are strong, while one and zero are considered weak.

  • Video: Tornado in Kansas last night

    Video of the tornado making landfall in Kansas last night was shared on Twitter.

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