US Tornadoes Well Below Normal, After The Two Quietest Years On Record

2012 and 2013 had the fewest tornadoes on record in the US, and 2014 is already well below normal.

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4 Responses to US Tornadoes Well Below Normal, After The Two Quietest Years On Record

  1. Pathway says:

    It’s hard to start a tornado when the whole of N. America is an ice ball.

  2. D. Self says:

    Love global warming it reduces severe weather.

  3. Lance says:

    with the cold winter lingering, I’m wondering that a rapid warm up in the south will spawn lots this spring? Folks down in the alley might be able to shed some light, but I seem to recall that a few years back Canada exported some nice cold air, and the mid south was very warm and bam!

  4. rah says:

    If the Old Farmers Almanac is correct much of the midwest is in for a slightly rainier and warmer spring than normal. As we are seeing old man winter is doing his best to hold on I wonder what will happen when the really warm and wet tropical air comes up as we continue to get blasts of cold from the north. Anyway I suspect we may be in for a far more active tornado season than last year. But what the heck, I’m just a truck driver that is making his best guess.

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