Despite a near-normal heart of tornado season in 2015, it’s become another year remembered for its lack of activity.
Now matter how you slice it, the first full week of May 2015 was a big one for tornadoes.
This outbreak had some issues, but it still ended up performing quite strongly. Several dozen tornadoes dropped across the southern and central Plains on May 9 with more further to the east on May 10.
The first significant tornado outbreak of 2015 brought tornado activity to a region spanning from Nebraska to Texas.
It has been eerily quiet this year when it comes to tornadoes.
The tornado drought of March 2015 came to an end with a fatal tornado in northeast Oklahoma and another hit to Moore.
You’ve probably heard tornadoes are running at all-time lows (again). Take a deep dive into why that’s the case and whether or not it might persist.
A nightmare before Christmas arrived in the form of deadly tornadoes across parts of the South on Tuesday.
Tornado numbers are running at all-time lows, but plenty of stunning ones were spotted this year.
First, let’s call Into the Storm what it is: A low-budget, CGI heavy, summer disaster flick meant to draw those seeking a relatively cheap thrill. On that basis, the movie delivers. If you’re a tornado aficionado, you might be left wanting to see more action,
June 16, 17 and 18 will be remembered for their tornadoes in the years to come. The month may still have more activity to send us as well.
Nebraska has been in the news a lot lately. Something of a twister apocalypse? Well, not entirely.