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Darth Biscuit

Tornadoes in the US in the past 63 years, a cool geography lesson

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never realized it was such a big portion of the US!

 

even we've been having all sorts of tornado watches and warnings with some smaller funnel clouds being photographed but luckily no damage.  It's been a wet and cold spring after a wet and cold and long winter.  Guess the cold spring is good though as far as tornados!

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I gathered from those graphs that the NE sucks so badly, it draws a vast majority of tornadoes it's way. 

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i see the strongest ones are being sharted out of new orleans

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Somebody posted this elsewhere.

 

Pretty cool

 

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ya, no tornados on the west coast....just wildfires and earthquakes....and....and....and.....Californians!

 

 

they lose

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ya, no tornados on the west coast....just wildfires and earthquakes....and....and....and.....Californians!

 

 

they lose

 

I'll take an earthquake once every 15 years. :-) 

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ya...me too...its those Californians that are the worst and the hardest to eliminate

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we had a bad storm last night tore up my dads lift, he uses it to work on cars and he had a car on it when the storm hit.

 

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