It’s been a relatively tame peak season in 2016. The signals for June are mixed.
The month of May is the typical peak of tornado season, and signs point to a potentially active start.
After a rather active start to the year in 2016, odds seem good that April will deliver as well. It may just take a little while to get going as we deal with a cooler than normal air mass over the main tornado production zones early month.
After several quieter years, we think this one has a better chance to see near normal or above normal tornado activity.
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.
Will spring 2015 be an active one for tornadoes? The key indicators are mixed, but they do offer some clues.
Our expectation is that this won’t be a super active tornado season, but there should still be some periods of higher activity, perhaps focused on the normal peak of May.
March has been rather tornado free as winter refuses to loosen its grip. Hows does that impact our spring forecast for tornadoes?
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.