Episode 18: 10 Amazing Facts about the May 31st El Reno Tornado!

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In this episode, Gabe and Hillary discuss 10 amazing facts about the May 31, 2013 El Reno, Oklahoma tornado.  This historic storm is one of the most record-breaking events in meteorological history, made even more astonishing by the data gathered on that day.  Never-before-seen wind-speeds, sub-vortex motion, and the size of the tornado contribute to the truly remarkable facts surrounding this event.

Recorded: August 4, 2016

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About Gabe Garfield

I am a research meteorologist from Norman, Oklahoma. In addition to my work, I am interested in storm chasing, sports, philosophy, theology, and culture.
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