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Increasing tornado outbreaks - is climate change responsible?

Terra Daily Friday, 2 December 2016
Increasing tornado outbreaks - is climate change responsible?New York NY (SPX) Dec 02, 2016

Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms kill people and damage property every year. Estimated U.S. insured losses due to severe thunderstorms in the first half of 2016 were $8.5 billion. The largest U.S. impacts of tornadoes result from tornado outbreaks, sequences of tornadoes that occur in close succession. Last spring a research team led by Michael Tippett, associate professor of applied physics a
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News video: Scientists Study Why Tornado Outbreaks Are Rising

Scientists Study Why Tornado Outbreaks Are Rising 01:06

You're more likely to see a string of tornadoes today than you were 50 years ago, but scientists aren't sure what the cause is.

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