The Super Outbreak of tornadoes that struck the Southeast U.S. on April 27, 2011, set a new distance record for tornado debris, with the furthest items thrown flying to the right of the tornado track. ->
There aren't many things in nature as pure a killer as a tornado. Destructive ... unpredictable ... incapable of listening to reason. All you can do, really, is get out of its way. But there are smart ways to do that and not-so-smart ways. For instance, a lot of people think that when they see [...]
The number of reported tornadoes is going up. Is this the result of improvements in tornado-hunting methods, or is something changing in North America's climate?
Well, the world didn't come to an end -- despite lots of natural disasters and no more Oprah. But all the Discovery News readers wanted to talk about was a new species of bat.
The emergency shelter fits two adults and one child and is lit by solar-powered LED lights.
Forecasting techniques are building toward the long-awaited goal of being able to predict tornadoes an hour before they form.
The "Superstorm" that brought tornadoes and damaging winds to the Midwest broke all the records for its intensity.
A freak tornado hit Auckland Thursday killing three people and causing "utter devastation" as wild weather ripped apart homes and caused flash flooding in New Zealand's largest city.
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