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Tornadoes and climate change: What a warming world means for deadly twisters and the type of storms that spawn them

By John Allen, Associate Professor of Meteorology, Central Michigan University
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Climate models can’t see tornadoes yet, but they can recognize the conditions for tornadoes to form. An atmospheric scientist explains what that means for forecasting future risks.The Conversation

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