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A tornado hit Welch and Rawlings’ studio earlier this year and almost destroyed their archives, inspiring them to release the music as soon as they could.

I decided to book the Mayhem 1 tour with Extreme Chase Tours, one of some 20 stormchasing outfits in the country, which promises a 90 percent chance of seeing a tornado over the course of six days.

So I back-burnered tornadoes for decades and nearly forgot about them.

Imagine a straight length of hose, representing the length of a straight vortex like a tornado.

Each day of additional warning gives emergency managers that much more time to prepare for incoming heat waves, cold snaps, tornadoes or other wild weather.

Meteorologist Victor Gensini of Northern Illinois University in DeKalb led a recent project to use the MJO, among other factors, to forecast tornado outbreaks in the central and eastern United States two to three weeks in advance.

Disaster by tornado is not so easy to avoid as disaster by flood.

I had not gone far before I heard behind me a great rushing noise, like the sudden sweep of a tornado, and then a following roar.

The Roebuck would scarcely have ridden out a tornado like this, especially after having been laid on her ribs.

Captain Kyd, Vol. IIJoseph Holt Ingraham

Tom turned momentarily to watch the approach of the tornado.

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