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Tornadoes and Climate Change

Author(s): Brainard C

Abstract

It is vitally important not to make connections. When you see pictures of rubble like this week’s shots from Joplin, Mo., you should not wonder: Is this somehow related to the tornado outbreak three weeks ago in Tuscaloosa, Ala., or the enormous outbreak a couple of weeks before that (which, together, comprised the most active April for tornadoes in U.S. history). No, that doesn’t mean a thing…
 

It’s far smarter to repeat to yourself the comforting mantra that no single weather event can ever be directly tied to climate change.

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