Tornado Season 2017 Off To Record Start

Written by on April 4, 2017 in Spring 2017, United States of America with 0 Comments

Thanks to the continuation of a highly active Pacific storm pattern, severe weather season 2017 is well and truly here across the Southern Tier while old man winter ain’t giving up without a fight across the Northern Tier. However, lows sliding west-east is allowing the clash of cold over Canada and distinctly summer-like warmth and humidity across the South to merge, fuelling all the severe weather. Something not seen in a few years due to either a warm or cold dominated pattern. Enhancement to the severe weather could of course be contributed to a record warm GOM.

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Though tornado season is still young, 2017 is off to a record start.

Death toll for the year to date is 27.

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Next big storm is rolling in.

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