But there's no trend in smaller ones.
I live in Oklahoma currently. Before I came here, I was a big fan of tornadoes… I thought they were beautiful and majestic. After living here and having a couple
I'm terrified of what I don't know. I don't know what lies ahead, so I tell myself it could only be fires, tornadoes and hurricanes.
The number of tornadoes per year bounces around, but the average has been relatively stable since record accurate record keeping began over 100 years ago. But the number of powerful, deadly tornadoes and the number of multiple vortices popping...Show More Summary
During a tornado warning in Bremen, Georgia, high school students decided to calm each other’s nerves with a moving take on a classic Christmas song. On Wednesday, Jessica Pruitt Labbe, a science teacher at Bremen High School posted a video of students singing “Mary, Did You Know?” a cappella. Show More Summary
Tornados are behaving strangely: The number of tornado outbreaks per year is fairly constant, but the number of tornados per outbreak has skyrocketed. And scientists aren't entirely sure why.
Twister chains are twice as big as they used to be.
It supports hurricane, tornado, and long-range weather prediction.
The killer tornadoes are coming in bigger and bigger swarms.
The most extreme tornado outbreaks are generating more twisters than they did decades ago, researchers say
A new study looks at clusters of tornadoes, like those that hit the Southeast this week. They are costly in lives and insurance payouts.
The most extreme tornado outbreaks are mysteriously spawning many more twisters than they did decades ago, a new study claimed. The once-every-five-years-or-so outbreak that might have involved 12 tornadoes 50 … Click to Continue »
Tornadoes that come in bunches are on the rise in the United States, according to a new study. Though it might be tempting to blame climate change, scientists aren’t entirely sure what’s causing this troubling trend. Read more...
Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms kill people and damage property every year. Estimated U.S. insured losses due to severe thunderstorms in the first half of 2016 were $8.5 billion. The largest U.S. impacts of tornadoes result from tornado outbreaks, sequences of tornadoes that occur in close succession. Show More Summary
Tornadoes aren’t being affected by climate change like we predicted—which could mean climate change is affecting storms in a way we don’t understand.
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Next time you stop for gas at a self-serve pump, say hello to the robot in front of you. Its life story can tell you a lot about the robot economy roaring toward us like an EF5 tornado on the prairie. Yeah, your automated gas pump killed a lot of jobs over the years, but its…...
Many more have been injured as storms rip through the southeastern part of the United States.
This evening I took dinner, simple take out stuff, to my parents house just as a strong line of thunderstorms swept in to the Upstate of South Carolina and pressed on into the Charlotte area. The parents are both in their early 80s, sharpe minded, active seniors who watch mainly FOX News. Show More Summary
Search-and-rescue teams continued Wednesday to scour the charred hills and ridges around the mountain resort town of Gatlinburg, Tenn., after wildfires fueled by severe winds roared through eastern Tennessee. As the death toll climbed to four Wednesday morning, hot spots continued to blaze around...