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The weather radar conference is ongoing in Colorado this week, and one of the conference papers features some eye-popping statistics regarding the 31 May El Reno tornado. This paper, authored by Josh Wurman and others, is titled “Preliminary Results from … Continue reading
May 3, 1999. To those outside of Oklahoma, this date means very little. But to those Okies who survived the largest tornado outbreak in state history, “May 3rd” is forever branded into our collective conscious. That day over 60 tornadoes … Continue reading
It’s April, and if you live in the south, the gray pallete of winter is slowly – but perceptibly – changing into a cornucopia of springtime color. It’s warmer now (at last!), and most of us are happily trading the … Continue reading
Growing up, I was obsessed with tornadoes. I daydreamed about them. I watched every TV show about them. I read every book I could find about them – several times. And, in those books, there was only one tornado outbreak that was always mentioned: the Super Outbreak … Continue reading
Since it’s late March and freezing, I’ve decided to think warmer thoughts. This led me – of course – to watch tornado videos on YouTube. While perusing, I chose to review two infamous tornadoes, and do an “apparent violence” comparison. The … Continue reading