Tornado

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Drug slang A regional term for crack cocaine
Public safety A violently rotating storm—nature’s most violent weather phenomenon—produced in a very severe thunderstorm, appearing as a funnel cloud extending from the base of a cumulonimbus to the ground
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While tornadoes may occur at any time of year, tornado season is a traditional period of peak activity from March through early July.
April 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This year's tornado season may have started out slowly, but the storms that tore through the central and southern parts of the country over the weekend are proof families should be prepared.
We have just experienced the most active and deadliest tornado season in more than a half-century.
After the record-breaking cold winter here in the UK came the tsunami in Japan, an earthquake in New Zealand, the extraordinary killer American tornado season, the floods in Australia, a hurricane in New York and more.
Yes, it has been an unusually deadly tornado season, but the fact is heat is the No.
In a typical year, the bulk of tornado season in the United States comes and goes by early July.
2011 was one of the most tumultuous years of natural disasters in recent history, and 2012 is seemingly following a similar pattern with the worst tornado season the country has seen in several years, as reported in the monthly U.
In addition to being prepared with food and water stockpiles and a first aid kit, the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) advises homeowners, business owners and renters to avoid these common mistakes, especially during tornado season.
Lowe's will use the remaining $250,000 to fund projects in communities with the greatest need as identified by its nonprofit partners throughout the tornado season and as communities rebuild.
The tornado season runs from March to early July in the U.