Debris Ball near Lambert Airport!

The circle is the bright reflectivity associated with debris from the tornado in St. Louis Co.

This is headed toward I-70 where it intersects with I-170 and the north part of the City of St. Louis along with Bridgeton Terrace, St. Ann, and Lambert Field.

If you know how to read aviation METAR reports   +FC = tornado on the ground. At :12 the tornado was just west of the airport and there were gusts to 50 mph at the airport. Debris ball now (8:18) was near Ferguson.

NCAR-RAP Real-Time Weather Data

Output produced by METARs form (23 April 2011  01:17 UTC)
found at http://www.rap.ucar.edu/weather/surface/

KSTL 230112Z 29029G42KT 1SM R30R/2800VP6000FT +FC -TSRA BKN020 OVC040CB 22/19 RMK TORNADO B10 W MOV E AO2 PK WND 29042/0112 CONS LTGICCGCC ALQDS TS ALQDS MOV E P0001
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