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Tornado outbreak in midwestern states of USA  17 November, 2013
 

Tornado outbreak in midwestern states of USA 17 November, 2013

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Violent tornadoes ripped through the Midwest on Sunday, causing significant damage in several communities. But isn't tornado season supposed to be in the spring and summer? Turns out tornadoes are ...

Violent tornadoes ripped through the Midwest on Sunday, causing significant damage in several communities. But isn't tornado season supposed to be in the spring and summer? Turns out tornadoes are rare in November, but not unheard of. The worst November tornado event in U.S. history was in 2002. On Nov. 10-11 of that year, a major outbreak of severe weather and tornadoes occurred across the Tennessee and Ohio Valley regions, producing damage in 13 states. A total of 75 tornadoes touched down on Nov. 10, killing at least 36 people.

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    Tornado outbreak in midwestern states of USA  17 November, 2013 Tornado outbreak in midwestern states of USA 17 November, 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • APPROACHING TORNADO INTERRUPTS FOOTBALL GAME
    • TORNADO OUTBREAK IN MIDWESTERN USA STATES An Unusual Occurrence for November 17, 2013
    • MAP OF THE USA’s “TORNADO ALLEY”
    • LATE SEASON TORNADOES RIP THROUGH MIDWESTERN USA • Homes, trailer parks, shopping malls, churches, hospitals, and sports stadiums were damaged and/or destroyed by high winds as tornadoes touched down in Illinois, Ohio, and Indiana
    • APPROACHING TORNADO INTERRUPTS FOOTBALL GAME
    • WASHINGTON, ILLINOIS
    • AFTER AN EF-4 TORNADO: NEW WASHINGTON, ILLINOIS
    • OVERTURNED CAR
    • HEAVY DESTRUCTION - - - BUT FEW DEATHS (4) DUE TO ACCURATE WEATHER FORECASTS, NOT THE ACTUAL WARNING TIME, WHICH AS USUAL WAS SHORT
    • ANOTHER EF-4 TORNADO IN INDIANA: MARCH 2, 2007
    • EF-4 TORNADOES HAVE WIND SPEEDS OF AT LEAST 277 KPH (166 MPH)