After a mostly quiet March, spring returned to the air the last week. April appears to start on a stormy note across the central United States and off toward the east.
ABC Family ran a special back-to-back set of Twister. And the tweeps loved it.
2012 tornado data was recently published by the Storm Prediction Center. We take a quick look at how it broke down across the country and make some comparisons to 2011.
With meteorological spring starting on March 1st, it is time to take a look at the months ahead to see how active the spring tornado season may be.
Almost as much as tornado videos go viral, pictures of damage are quickly spread with speculation as to what rating a tornado might be. We look at why photos might be misleading.
After hurricane Isaac made landfall across southern Louisiana late Tuesday August 28 and into early Wednesday, August 29, tornado warnings were seemingly up throughout most of the day that followed. Not a surprise, as tropical systems usually produce tornadoes, particularly those that make landfall across
July 2012 has ended with a historically low tornado count. As such, the quiet peak tornado season of 2012 fully comes to a close. While most tornado chasers may consider April-June the peak — since tornadoes tend to be more concentrated in those months —