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The facts (and fiction) of tornadoes

Here are some FAQs about tornadoes, courtesy of the New York Times. You might think of this list as everything you always wanted to know about tornadoes, but were afraid to ask. Climate change probably isn’t to blame for this year’s tornedoes, although climate science does predict more weather extremes. GR

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