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Tornado season intensifies, without clear scientific consensus on why

Tornadoes form when warm moist air merges with winds inside a thunderstorm. The number and power of tornadoes this season are uncommonly high, but scientists aren’t sure why. Past statistics help little because storms are tracked far more accurately today. Climate change may affect tornadoes. GR

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