Tornado Alley

Since Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have unleashed their wrath on the U.S. ― two “thousand year” and $100+ billion in damage
Two of the deceased had been featured on The Weather Channel's "Storm Wranglers."
Kerry Joels is one of those people who wants to be involved. A museum consultant who's worked at NASA and the Smithsonian
So we misunderstand probabilities, and we worry less about less salient rare risks with which we have no powerful firsthand
With every weatherman on local TV screaming, "Don't get in your car," how could I possibly save my mother when I live 15 minutes away in OKC? The short, gut-wrenching decision was simple: I couldn't. Dear god, I couldn't.
The United States is essentially the world capital of tornadoes because of a fluke of geography. The worst tornadoes form
Living in the southern edge of "Tornado Alley," I take these "weather phenomena" seriously and anytime a tornado watch is declared for our area, we keep a close eye on the Weather Channel -- and on those dark, threatening clouds.