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rating: +16+x

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Item#: 5796
Level4
Containment Class:
safe
Secondary Class:
none
Disruption Class:
ekhi
Risk Class:
danger

Assigned Site Site Director Research Head Assigned Task Force
Area-5796 Dr. Franco Dr. Franco MTF-Kairos-1 "Storm Chasers"

Special Containment Procedures: The control tower on which SCP-5796 is mounted is to be guarded at all times by two Foundation security officers, disguised as Travel Security Administration agents. Two Foundation meteorologists are to be stationed inside the control tower, disguised as air traffic controllers.

SCP-5796 is to be stored in a fortified concrete bunker at Area-5796. Upon the occurrence of a "Tempest Event", all personnel are to take shelter inside the facility until ordered otherwise. In the event that the meteorological phenomenon is considered high-risk per the included list of "High-Risk Phenomena," Area-5796 is to enter lockdown for the duration of the event and MTF-Kairos-1 "Storm Chasers" is to be deployed to aid in the evacuation of cities, confiscation of media regarding the event, and amnestization of witnesses.

Additionally, all sites in a 700km radius are to be notified of the event to ensure their continued safety.

All media regarding the event is to be confiscated and destroyed and all witnesses are to be administered Class B amnestics. In the event of a geographically impossible phenomenon manifesting, a disinformation campaign is to be conducted, describing the event as a consequence of climate change. Conflicting media is to be suppressed.

Description: SCP-5796 is a white Weather Surveillance Radar that remains inactive unless the required conditions for activation are met.

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SCP-5796 upon discovery

SCP-5796 will activate upon detecting an approaching meteorologic phenomenon which is within the mesoscale1 category or higher. At this stage, SCP-5796 will enter an active state and begin spinning rapidly. SCP-5796 will then trigger a "Tempest Event"

A "Tempest Event" involves SCP-5796 changing the approaching phenomenon to a different random one, this new phenomenon will appear directly above SCP-5796 and is able to completely ignore geographic and weather-pattern limitations of the zone in question.

SCP-5796 has manifested a total of twenty five (25) different meteorological phenomena. (See "Document-5796-A" in the "Tempest Event Log")

Discovery: SCP-5796 was discovered mounted in Control Tower 4 of El Dorado Airport, Colombia, after multiple reports from airport officials about "sudden and unexpected changes in weather". Agents posing as airport staff were introduced into the airport and after seventy-four (74) days and five (5) "Tempest Events", SCP-5796 was successfully located and went into Foundation custody.


Incident Report 5796.1: On 15/05/2013, an intense thunderstorm was detected by Foundation meteorologists. SCP-5796 subsequently triggered a "Tempest Event". Below is a transcription of the recording of the events.

[RECORDING START]

Meteorologist González: We have a thunderstorm coming, radar's gonna activate in a bit.

Meteorologist Morales: What do you think it'll summon today?

Meteorologist González: If I had to guess I'd say either rain or hail, they seem to be the most common ones.

Meteorologist Morales: It would be interesting if it spawned something like… snow! We could finally see something new.

Meteorologist González: Wanna bet? Rain versus snow.

Meteorologist Morales: Sure, winner gets a snack from the vending machine down at the lobby.

Meteorologist González: Deal.

Meteorologist González: Alright the storm's about to hit us, I'm starting the uhh, "Tempest Event" recording.

(Meteorologist González grabs his voice recorder and begins a "Tempest Event" report)

Meteorologist González: This is González reporting from Tower 4, El Dorado Airport, Colombia. A thunderstorm is approaching and SCP-5796 is about to activate.

Meteorologist Morales: Alright, let's see what it spawns now.

(SCP-5796 activates)

Meteorologist González: Hmm… seems like wind speed is picking up.

Meteorologist Morales: Don't tell me it's just going to spawn wind.

Meteorologist González: I don't think this is just wind.

Meteorologist Morales: What do you mea- wow what is that!? Is there a train passing by?

Meteorologist González: A train? No trains go through here. This is an airport.

Meteorologist Morales: Alright then what the hell is making that sou-

(A car can be seen being picked up by the wind and being dropped to the ground)

Meteorologist Morales: Oh no, oh no no no.

Meteorologist González: Did you see that!? This is not wind, this is a tornado!.

Meteorologist Morales: Oh fuck fuck fuck. We need to evacuate the airport, NOW.

(Meteorologist González speaks through the intercom)

Meteorologist González: This is not a drill. I repeat. This is not a drill. There is a tornado on the airport's premises. Evacuate the area immediately.

(Meteorologist González repeats the message several times before communication is cut with the intercom)

Meteorologist Morales: Great, what now?

Meteorologist González: The tornado must have cut the electricity.

(Control Tower 4 loses power)

Meteorologist Morales: Alright, you gave out the warning, now let's get the fuck out of here before we di-

(The roof of Control Tower 4 is ripped off by the tornado)

Meteorologist Morales: Shit shit shit, take cover!

Meteorologist González: I can't hear shit!

Meteorologist Morales: Come on, we have to get the fuck out of here!

Meteorologist González: It's way too strong, I can't move!

(Meteorologist González is picked up by the tornado, subject is able to grab to a loose steel rebar)

Meteorologist Morales: Shit shit shit. Grab my hand Leo!

Meteorologist González: (Screams) Please don't leave me to die!

Meteorologist Morales: I can't hold you for much longer. My fucking arm's about to break!

Meteorologist González: Please please please, I don't want to die!

Meteorologist Morales: I can't. Hold. On to you!

(Meteorologist Morales lets go of Meteorologist González)

Meteorologist Morales: Godammit, fuck fuck fuck!

(The camera cuts out, only audio remains)

(Nothing is heard for the next 7 minutes)

Meteorologist Morales: It's gone, the tornado is gone.

(Meteorologist Morales sits in silence for another 5 minutes before breaking into tears)

Meteorologist Morales: I let him go. He's gone because of me!

Meteorologist Morales: He's gone…

[RECORDING END]


Meteorologist Morales suffered from moderate injuries to his right arm and legs, Meteorologist González's body was found 30 meters away from Control Tower 4.

Meteorologist González's life plus 2 civilian lives were lost. All witnesses were given class B amnestics and all media reports regarding the event were destroyed. A disinformation campaign describing the event as a "Strong explosion due to gas leak which heavily damaged El Dorado Airport" was released. Moderate damage was done to El Dorado Airport, Colombia. Reconstruction was finished three (3) weeks after the event.

Closing notes: SCP-5796 manifested a tornado, this is the first instance of SCP-5796 manifesting a dangerous phenomenon. The life of Leonardo González was lost. This is a sad day for all the members assigned to this project, we mourn the loss of our fellow researcher and hope his family can find peace with his departure.

Request attempted extraction of SCP-5796 and transport to a new area, far away from any cities. Request SCP-5796 be reclassified from Vlam to Keneq and from Caution to Warning. -Dr. Franco

Requests Granted

(SCP-5796 has been transported to the newly built Area-5796)


END LOG


Addendum-5796-2: Dr. Franco's "Tempest Event" Log

After SCP-5796 was moved to Area-5796, Dr. Franco was assigned to document all subsequent "Tempest Events".

"Tempest Events" which exhibit new results will be documented below.

Note: Events with repeated results not shown.

TEMPEST EVENT LOG START


EVENT 1

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Fog

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Thunderstorm

Duration: 1 hour 27 minutes

Size of phenomenon: 573mt²


EVENT 3

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Storm

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Snowstorm

Duration: 7 hours

Size of phenomenon: 789mt²

Additional notes: The "Tempest Event" manifested a snowstorm. The snowstorm did not seem affected by the fact that Area-5796 is located in tropical climate, where snow should not theoretically fall. It seems the meteorological phenomena manifested by SCP-5796 are unaffected by the geographical constraints of their current location. This information would explain the manifestation of the tornado in El Dorado Airport. -Dr. Franco


EVENT 5

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Fog

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Hail

Duration: 3 hours

Size of phenomenon: 2055mt²


EVENT 8

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Rain

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Blizzard (Category 2)

Duration: 11 hours

Size of phenomenon: 128km²

Additional notes: SCP-5796 manifested a blizzard. This is the largest phenomenon that SCP-5796 has manifested so far.

MTF-Kairos-1 "Storm Chasers" was deployed. All media regarding the event was confiscated and destroyed and a disinformation campaign describing the event as a consequence of climate change was launched. All witnesses were administered Class B amnestics.

This is the third instance of geographically impossible phenomena being manifested by SCP-5796. It has been concluded that phenomena manifested by SCP-5796 are able to disregard the geographic constraints of the zone where they are located. -Dr. Franco


EVENT 9

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Fog

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Rain

Duration: 34 minutes

Size of phenomenon: 1005mt²


EVENT 12

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Rain

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Fog

Duration: 4 hours

Size of phenomenon: 977mt²


EVENT 13

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Storm

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Graupel2

Duration: 2 hours

Size of phenomenon: 1233mt²

Additional notes: SCP-5796 manifested a rare type of hail later identified as Graupel. Further testing should be done to see if SCP-5796 can manifest and help study rare meteorological phenomena. -Dr. Franco


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Morning Glory Cloud

EVENT 16

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Rain

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Morning glory cloud3

Duration: 5 hours

Size of phenomenon: 50km²


EVENT 19

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Fog

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Storm

Duration: 2 hours 9 minutes

Size of phenomenon: 945mt²


Squall
Squall

EVENT 23

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Storm

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Squall4

Duration: 17 minutes

Size of phenomenon: 1400mt²



EVENT 25

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Rain

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Ice pellets5

Duration: 1 hour 53 minutes

Size of phenomenon: 882mt²

Additional notes: SCP-5796 manifested ice pellets, a form of precipitation very similar to hail, however, ice pellets have some minor key differences to the latter. Ice pellets will be documented as a separate phenomenon to hail. -Dr. Franco


EVENT 29

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Thunderstorm

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Diamond dust6

Duration: 2 hours

Size of phenomenon: 705mt²


EVENT 33

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Fog

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Clouds

Duration: 5 hours

Size of phenomenon: 1020mt²


EVENT 37

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Rain

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Dust storm

Duration: 7 hours

Size of phenomenon: N/A

Additional notes: A dust storm covered the entire facility in seconds. Area-5796 experienced a seven (7) hour lockdown. Minimal damage dealt to the facility. Two (2) Foundation personnel caught in the dust storm suffered minor respiratory complications and have made a full recovery.

Personal note: We had a bit of an incident, thankfully no lives were lost but from now on the testing will be done only when all site members are inside the facility and the phenomena will be viewed through facility windows and using cameras as well as foundation robots. -Dr. Franco


Supercell
Supercell

EVENT 43

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Rain

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Supercell7

Duration: 15 hours

Size of phenomenon: 32km²

Additional notes: SCP-5796 summoned a giant supercell. Major damage done to Area-5796. The facility experienced a fifteen (15) hour lockdown. No lives lost. Reconstruction of Area-5796 finished fifteen (15) days after the event.

Personal note: The radar spawned a supercell… a supercell. These things are incredibly dangerous, they can reach tornado-type speeds while shooting lightning at the same time. We are very lucky we didn't lose anyone, the facility was heavily damaged but all that matters is that we prevented any more loss of life. -Dr. Franco


EVENT 50

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Fog

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Thundersnow8

Duration: 2 hours 32 minutes

Size of phenomenon: 1692mt²


Derecho
Derecho

EVENT 62

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Storm

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Derecho9

Duration: 6 hours

Size of phenomenon: 259km²

Additional notes: SCP-5796 summoned a derecho. Major damage was done to Area-5796. The life of Researcher Torres was lost during the event.

MTF-Kairos-1 "Storm Chasers" was deployed. All media and reports regarding the event were confiscated and destroyed and a disinformation campaign describing the event as a consequence of climate change was launched. All witnesses were administered Class B amnestics. Reconstruction of Area-5796 was finished twenty (20) days after the event.

Personal note: We unfortunately lost Agent Torres during the event as well as the site being practically destroyed. This is a sad day for our personnel. We mourn the loss of Toby Torres and hope his family can find peace with his departure. This is the second time we've lost people due to this radar. Even with all our safety measures the storm still got through. We can't let this happen again. I won't let this happen again. -Dr. Franco


EVENT 68

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Storm

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Dust Devil

Duration: 25 minutes

Size of phenomenon: 13mt²

Additional notes: SCP-5796 manifested a dust devil. Area-5796 underwent a twenty-five (25) minute light lockdown. No damage dealt to the facility. -Dr. Franco


EVENT 69

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Rain

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Tornado (EF2)

Duration: 2 hours 50 minutes

Size of phenomenon: 250mt²

Additional notes: SCP-5796 manifested a tornado, this is the second tornado-like phenomenon we have experienced in a row. Area-5796 experienced a two (2) hour fifty (50) minute lockdown. Low damage done to the facility.

Personal note: We got our first tornado, it reached EF2 but fortunately, our site was able to withstand it. We lost no people, this time we were prepared. -Dr. Franco


EVENT 71

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Thunderstorm

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: None Wind (5 knots)

Duration: 2 minutes

Size of phenomenon: 1200mt²

Additional notes: SCP-5796, although activated, showed no signs of manifesting any phenomena. Upon closer inspection, it was discovered that SCP-5796 manifested a wind gust that lasted for approximately two (2) minutes. -Dr. Franco


EVENT 73

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Fog

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Whirlwind

Duration: 20 minutes

Size of phenomenon: 15mt²


EVENT 77

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Rain

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Cyclone (Category 5)

Duration: 7 hours

Size of phenomenon: 230km²

Additional notes: SCP-5796 manifested a cyclone. Major damage was done to Area-5796. Seventeen (17) lives were lost. Area-5796 underwent a seven (7) hour lockdown, Site-██, Site-██ and Site-██ also underwent lockdowns. Reconstruction for Area-5796 was finished twenty-five (25) days after the event.

MTF-Kairos-1 "Storm Chasers" was deployed. All media and reports regarding the event were confiscated and destroyed. All witnesses were administered Class B amnestics and a disinformation campaign describing the event as a consequence of climate change was launched. Request reclassification from Keneq to Ekhi and from Warning to Danger.

Personal note: We had a major incident with the radar, all of a sudden a cyclone appeared, ripped the facility into pieces. Not only that but it affected several other sites and cities. We lost seventeen (17) people total.

Knowing that that thing can do so much damage and it's just laying around in a containment chamber. We can't destroy it, I want to but we can't. I want to just throw it in the ocean and forget about it, never see it again. Even then, we can't neutralize it without approval from the O5 command. The amount of stress it has put on me and everyone else here. But we can't get rid of it, we have to contain it, we're the best bet at preventing another disaster like this and I promise; if something like this happens again we WILL be ready, we will be… -Dr. Franco

Requests Granted


Anticyclone
Anticyclone

EVENT 89

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Fog

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Anticyclone10

Duration: 36 hours

Size of phenomenon: 405km²

Additional notes: SCP-5796 manifested an anticyclone. Moderate damage was done to Area-5796. The anticyclone resulted in a subsequent heatwave in Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Panamá, North of Brazil, and North of Perú. Eighty-two (82) lives were lost to the heatwave. Area-5796 underwent a thirty-six (36) hour lockdown, Site-██, Site-██, Site-███, Site-█, Site-███ and Site-██ also underwent lockdowns. Reconstruction for Area-5796 was finished twenty-three (23) days after the event.

MTF-Kairos-1 "Storm Chasers" was deployed. All media and reports regarding the event were confiscated and destroyed. All witnesses were administered Class B amnestics and a disinformation campaign describing the event as a consequence of climate change was launched.

Personal note: We had another one of these, this time an anticyclone. The thing by itself wasn't so bad but the heatwave it caused? It was devastating. It affected six different countries, SIX different countries. I said we would be ready and we were, at least for the anticyclone, but for the heatwave? No, no one was expecting it, and surely not at such a large scale. Our MTF's out helping the affected countries, even with their help we've lost more than 80 people. And to know this was all the radar's fault… -Dr. Franco


EVENT 121

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Thunderstorm

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Hurricane (Category 3)

Duration: 14 hours

Size of phenomenon: 644km²

Additional notes: SCP-5796 manifested a hurricane. Major damage was done to Area-5796. One hundred and thirty (130) lives lost. Area-5796 underwent a lockdown lasting fourteen (14) hours. Site-██, Site-██, Site-███, Site-█, Site-███ and Site-██ also underwent lockdowns. Reconstruction for Area-5796 was finished thirty (30) days after the event.

MTF-Kairos-1 "Storm Chasers" was deployed. All media and reports regarding the event were confiscated and destroyed. All witnesses were administered Class B amnestics and a disinformation campaign describing the event as a consequence of climate change was launched.

Personal note: Yet another one… it really seems as if this radar was trying to kill us you know? Every time it happens it's worse than last, this time it was a hurricane. You know what they say though, "fight fire with fire", change the climate but make it worse at the same time.

When was the last time the radar summoned something small, something not dangerous?

I just want this to stop, I don't want anyone else to be hurt. But I can't. Do. ANYTHING.

I'm trying my best but it's just not enough.

The radar's too strong… -Dr. Franco


EVENT 150

Meteorological conditions Pre-Tempest Event: Thunderstorm

Meteorological conditions Post-Tempest Event: Hurricane (Category 5)

Duration: 23 hours

Size of phenomenon: 455km²

Additional notes: SCP-5796 manifested a hurricane. Major damage was done to Area-5796. One hundred and twenty-seven (127) lives lost. Area-5796 underwent a lockdown lasting twenty-three (23) hours. Site-██, Site-██, Site-███, Site-█, Site-███ and Site-██ also underwent lockdowns. Reconstruction for Area-5796 was finished thirty-seven (37) days after the event.

MTF-Kairos-1 "Storm Chasers" was deployed. All media and reports regarding the event were confiscated and destroyed. All witnesses were administered Class B amnestics and a disinformation campaign describing the event as a consequence of climate change was launched.


[RECORDING START]

Dr. Franco: It's done, the last thing we needed…. a hurricane, great. We managed to save some more lives this time but people still died. All because of that radar. I can't, it's too much to deal with. All the stress from evacuating the cities, preventing any more deaths, leading this whole operation. It's just too much, even with the help of our MTF.

I don't know how much longer I can keep doing this. The hurricane is still out there destroying everything and I’m just here recording this log instead of being able to help.

I never knew the people that died and I never will know them but it still feels like my responsibility to keep them safe. I- I see them as if they were my family I had to protect, like they mean a lot to me. Maybe that's what stresses me out so much, I don't know. If my family ever was in a situation like that or, pray to God it doesn't happen but… I lose them. I don't know what I would do, I think I would lose myself. Not having them would be lik-

Wait…

Oh shit, oh shit no.
I forgot to call them, oh god. I forgot to check on them.

All this shit going on I forgot oh god I forgot. Please be okay please be okay.

(Dr. Franco picks up his phone and attempts a call)

Oh god please pick up, please pick up.

(The phone is answered)

Dr. Franco: Hi? Hi, how are you doing?

████████ ██████: Dad? Dad oh god thank god you're okay. We tried to reach you but back at our house all the power lines are gone, we had no service there.

Dr. Franco: Oh thank god you're okay sweetie, how's everyone doing? God I'm so sorry for not calling you before I just-

████████ ██████: Don't worry Dad, I know you're busy with your work at the weather station monitoring all this, just- don't worry about it.

Dr. Franco: No I should be worried, I haven't been in contact with you since this started.

Wait, how's ████ doing?

████████ ██████: She's… she's uh, injured.

Dr. Franco: What?! She's injured?? And you didn't think of telling me?!? What were you thinking?

████████ ██████: Dad just calm down, we're getting to the hospital right now, I couldn't call you before, we had no signal. We-

Dr. Franco: Then why didn't you call me as soon as you got signal?!

████████ ██████: I just, I just didn't want to put any more stress on you.

Dr. Franco: But she's my wife, you should have told me as soon as you could.

████████ ██████: And she's my mom, do you think you're the only one having a hard time?! We rushed to the hospital as soon as it happened, █████'s been driving this whole time, everyone is stressed right now.

Dr. Franco: I know I- I'm sorry. Just- please let me speak to her.

(The phone is passed)

Dr. Franco: Hi?! Hi, ████ how are you doing?

████: Hi? Oh hi ████, I'm- I got hit by debris, we're close to the hospital.

Dr. Franco: Where were you hit?!

████: cough, I got hit in the back and in the arm, some rubble came flying in and hit me cough.

Dr. Franco: Just- just hold on, I'll go as soon as I can.

████: No- I know that this whole hurricane is a big problem for you just-. I'll be fine.

Dr. Franco: No I have to go I- I need to be with you.

████: I already told you cough you stay there and monitor the hurricane, you'll be more useful helping out there than coming here.

Dr. Franco: Okay just- I want you to know I- I love you, I love each one of you.

(The call ends)

Oh god I- I- I let this happen, this is my fault, this is-

I should have protected them, I- I didn't do enough

Ah fuck I- shit I left this thing running. Just- sigh.

I can't, I can't anymore…

[RECORDING END]


Closing notes: Dr. Franco received news that his wife had passed away from her injuries sustained in the mid-back and right forearm after being hit by stray debris product of the hurricane which was manifested at the time. Dr. Franco subsequently suffered a mental breakdown and cried for several hours, refusing to cooperate with Foundation personnel.

Dr. Franco was temporarily put on leave.

Update: Dr. Franco has been deemed fit to work again and has been reassigned to SCP-5796.


Document-5796-A

Below is the full list of all meteorological phenomena recorded during "Tempest Events"

-Anticyclones
-Blizzards
-Clouds
-Cyclones
-Derechos
-Diamond dust
-Dust storms
-Dust devils
-Fog
-Graupel
-Hail
-Hurricanes
-Ice pellets
-Morning glory clouds
-Rain
-Snowstorm
-Squalls
-Storms
-Supercells
-Thundersnow
-Thunderstorms
-Tornadoes
-Whirlwinds
-Wind


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