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Are You Ready for the Storm?

We had a tornado go through our town this week.  Luckily no one was killed or even seriously injured, but there were a lot of trees knocked down and some damage to houses and cars, particularly where trees fell into houses.   972 more words

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Tornado Outbreaks On The Rise: Is Climate Change Cause For Blame?

#Tornado #ClimateChange #PacificOcean #OceanCurrents #InsuranceIndustry  Tornado Outbreaks On The Rise: Is Climate Change Cause For Blame?  Frequent tornadoes and thunderstorms that kill people and destroy property have become a matter of grave concern. 47 more words

December 3rd Skywarn Recognition Day

The first Saturday in December is Skywarn Recognition Day. This year that happens to be December 3rd. It’s something that touches us all and most of us don’t even know it existed. 268 more words

Unboxing The Bizarre

Family faces new, unexpected hardship after tornado

HELICON, Ala. (CBS 42) – James and Faye Baker rode out this week’s severe weather in their basement in Helicon with 10 other family members.  When it was safe to come out it was hard to see how much damage had been done, but the Baker’s took some comfort in the belief that they had insurance.  319 more words

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Researchers perplexed by tornado clusters' growing size

Jenna Ladd | December 2, 2016

A recent study in the journal Science reveals that tornado outbreaks are growing in size, and scientists are unsure why. 305 more words

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Family seeking shelter ends up in direct path of tornado

IDER, Ala. (WIAT) — “This corner was the main office. This was the boys bathroom, this was the girls bathroom…” John Price points to spots on the nearly bare concrete slab that used to be Ider Christian Academy Daycare. 259 more words

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Mountain Top Tornado: 10 Years Later

WRIGHT TOWNSHIP — In the Mountain Top area of Luzerne County, things look a lot different than they did 10 years ago on this day when a  tornado suddenly ripped through the area. 376 more words

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