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Extreme Tornado Outbreaks Are Becoming More Common

Discovery News reports: “Scientists aren’t sure why, but tornado outbreaks — large-scale weather events that last for one to three days and span across big regions — seem to be getting bigger, with more twisters on average. Worse yet, we’re … Continue reading

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Storm Hits Northern Colorado

The Virginia Gazette reports on the aftermath of a storm system that hit northern Colorado: Residents and authorities surveyed the damage from tornadoes that crushed houses and dropped hail that piled up like snow as the threat loomed of more … Continue reading

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April 2014, a month of extreme weather.

This April past has featured some of the most extreme weather since records began according to this article at wunderground.com: April featured disastrous floods in the Solomon Islands and Afghanistan (where a landslide on May 2nd killed as many as … Continue reading

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