A Bad Day in Oklahoma

May 31, 2013 was like most summer days in Oklahoma — hot and muggy. At 6:03 PM a tornado touched down eight miles southwest of El Reno. By the time it passed by just south of town (along Interstate I-40), it was a 2.5 mile wide monster.

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What is a Microburst?

Any time strong thunderstorms form, microbursts are a possibility. Because tornadoes and microbursts are so hard to predict, you may have a very short time to seek shelter.

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Are Tornadoes Getting Stronger?

Climate change theorists point to severe weather, like tornadoes, as definitive proof of mankind’s effect on the ecology. Meteorologists tell us that improved tools and better forecasting are saving lives when bad storms strike.

But what’s really happening? Who’s right?

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