The 1917 case is perhaps the most relentless of all the outbreak sequence events that that will be covered in this series.
While it was light on overall numbers, the year was packed with incredible tornadoes.
One of the most turbulent U.S. elections ever is coming to a close. It could be worse.
The return to normalcy in Joplin was slow after the massive tornado in 2011, but it’s a place that can’t be held down for long.
While these spinny winds are not unique to our country, they are very much a part of the American experience.
For the first case study on outbreak sequences, we examine two weeks of nearly nonstop tornadoes. Twisters brought devastating results from the central and southern Plains eastward into the Mid-Mississippi Valley and Great Lakes.
Every so often, tornado outbreaks come in volleys. In the first part of a series on outbreak sequences, we look at the necessary ingredients.
We narrowed down the most memorable tornadoes of the 1990s. You helped decide which one ended up the winner of the decade.
Even in the 1830s, a large tornado between New York City and Philadelphia drew crowds in its aftermath.
Best known for being a Category 5 monster that inundated New Orleans, five dozen twisters also scoured the landscape during Katrina.
On April 11, 1965, and over a time span of approximately 12 hours, one of the most infamous tornado events in United States history took place.
It has been eerily quiet this year when it comes to tornadoes.