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Edmonton broadcasters remember covering Black Friday tornado - Globalnews.ca;

Edmonton broadcasters remember covering Black Friday tornado - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caEdmonton broadcasters remember covering Black Friday tornadoGlobalnews.caEdmonton Fire Chief Ken Block was a seven-year veteran of the local fire department when the tornado hit on July 31, 1987. He was deployed to the city's southeast. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any ...and more »

Impact of Black Friday still felt 30 years later - CTV News;

Impact of Black Friday still felt 30 years later - CTV News

CTV NewsImpact of Black Friday still felt 30 years laterCTV NewsOn July 31, 1987, a massive tornado cut a 45 kilometre path of destruction through east Edmonton – it left 27 dead, and hundreds injured, many still living with the scars caused on a day now known as Black Friday. “Every year when it comes, July 31 ...and more »

Black Friday 30 years later: what's changed in weather forecasting? - Globalnews.ca;

Black Friday 30 years later: what's changed in weather forecasting? - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caBlack Friday 30 years later: what's changed in weather forecasting?Globalnews.ca“I keep a picture of this in my cubicle because it's something we'd like to keep in the forefronts of our minds,” said Kyle Fougére, a meteorologist in Environment Canada's Prairie and Arctic Storm Prediction Centre. READ MORE: Edmonton marks sombre ...and more »

30 years since Alberta's deadliest tornado - The Weather Network;

30 years since Alberta's deadliest tornado - The Weather Network

The Weather Network30 years since Alberta's deadliest tornadoThe Weather NetworkMonday, July 31, 2017, 12:38 PM - July 31, 2017, marks 30 years since a powerful tornado tore a path of destruction through one of Canada's largest cities. The Edmonton Tornado, also called the Black Friday Tornado, was one of the most powerful ...and more »

It Was 30 Years Ago Today That a Tornado Ripped Through Edmonton. There's a Song About It. - A Journal of Musical Things (blog);

It Was 30 Years Ago Today That a Tornado Ripped Through Edmonton. There's a Song About It. - A Journal of Musical Things (blog)

A Journal of Musical Things (blog)It Was 30 Years Ago Today That a Tornado Ripped Through Edmonton. There's a Song About It.A Journal of Musical Things (blog)It was a Friday afternoon in 1987 when the skies over Edmonton turned ominously dark. Thunderstorms were moving through and a tornado warning had been issued. By the end of the afternoon, an F-4 twister with winds reaching 420 kph had cut a ...and more »

Black Friday: Edmonton marks sombre 30-year anniversary of deadly tornado - Globalnews.ca;

Black Friday: Edmonton marks sombre 30-year anniversary of deadly tornado - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caBlack Friday: Edmonton marks sombre 30-year anniversary of deadly tornadoGlobalnews.caWATCH ABOVE: In 1987, Global Edmonton (then ITV) produced this documentary looking back at Black Friday. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News' editorial staff without any editorial influence by the sponsor. If you'd like to learn more.and more »

Thirty years after Black Friday, memories of the deadly tornado are still fresh - Edmonton Sun;

Thirty years after Black Friday, memories of the deadly tornado are still fresh - Edmonton Sun

Edmonton SunThirty years after Black Friday, memories of the deadly tornado are still freshEdmonton SunBlack Friday A massive tornado passes from south to north near 34 St., and 94 Ave., in Edmonton on Friday July 31, 1987. The tornado killed 27 people and injured hundreds, it also caused over $330 million in property damage. PETER CUTLER/EDMONTON ...and more »

Edmonton's darkest day: Thirty years after Black Friday, memories of the deadly tornado are still fresh to some, but ... - Edmonton Journal;

Edmonton's darkest day: Thirty years after Black Friday, memories of the deadly tornado are still fresh to some, but ... - Edmonton Journal

Edmonton JournalEdmonton's darkest day: Thirty years after Black Friday, memories of the deadly tornado are still fresh to some, but ...Edmonton JournalThe tornado that hit Edmonton on July 31, 1987, killed 27 people, injured hundreds and caused more than $500 million in damage in today's dollars. But 30 years later, does it still mean anything to Edmontonians? Since the day that came to be known as ...and more »

Thirty years after deadly Edmonton tornado, storms remain difficult to track - CBC.ca;

Thirty years after deadly Edmonton tornado, storms remain difficult to track - CBC.ca

CBC.caThirty years after deadly Edmonton tornado, storms remain difficult to trackCBC.caFrom his hillside acreage in Leduc County, Tom Taylor was the first person to report the Edmonton tornado. Thirty years later, he still can't believe the destruction it caused. The tornado on July 31, 1987 that killed 27 people, injured 600, left ...and more »