Category Archives: Tornadoes
SE/A is doing a great job responding to the impact of tornadoes in their region. Here’s a situation update they published recently in SE/A Currents: http://nnlm.gov/sea/newsletter/. Click on the map below to see the extent of the tornado activity.
Tornadoes are wreaking havoc across the continental U. S. this month, even in states not usually considered to be at high risk, such as Virginia. The jury appears to be still out on why–global warming? Better detection technology and reporting? Probably some … Continue reading
As you can see from the NOAA map below (click to enlarge), peak tornado activity occurs at different months of the year. March, for example, begins peak tornado season for states in the Southeast, whereas peak tornado season in New … Continue reading
It may be November, but don’t let your guard down. Read about yesterday’s tornadoes in Midwest and the snow in the Pacific Northwest: http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE6AM0O020101123.