The answer to that question depends on where you live. If you mean all the tornadoes and rain this spring in the eastern 2/3rds of the U.S., it's because the cold air has been hanging on longer than usual this year. The warm spring air still tries to make its advance northward, but instead of making it to the Canadian border and warming everyone in the U.S. up, it is being met by stubborn cold air masses, which results in colder than normal weather for the northern part of the U.S. and a lot of rain, and a higher than average year for tornadoes in the central and southern U.S.
by Stacie L 6 years ago
Like every thing else this year, the unusual weather has brought no snow and record high temps.Today we are under tornado watches all day.Some part of Kentucky have already had a few tornadoes in the west.Missouri and Kansas were hard hit last nightIs anyone else under the gun today?
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
Rough evening and night yesterday and now tornadoes warnings are rapidly popping up again all over southern Arkansas. Temp reached upper 80's here today and it is extremely sticky outside. Weathermen are saying the atmosphere is more conducive for tornadoes this evening than yesterday.
by Thomas Byers 5 years ago
Are You And Your Family Ready For Spring Tornado Season?Spring tornado season will soon be here and with global warming they could be worse than ever. Are you and your family ready for tornado's. Do you know what to do if you hear their is a tornado warning? Or a tornado watch? Have you told...
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