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Where did tornadoes occur between Jan 1,1950 to Dec. 31,1959? May 25, 1955 Udall Kansas
Most tornadoes occur in the Central Plains (Northern Texas, Oaklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska) between Jan. 1,1950 to Dec. 31,1959?
What is the F-Class size distribution of all tornadoes from Jan. 1,1950 to Dec. 31,1959?
Most tornadoes were smaller F0-F1 There were a significant number of strong tornadoes F2 Much fewer Tornadoes of Fujita Class F3 And very few violent tornadoes F4 and F5
How have the number of reported large hail events (hail 2 inches or greater) change from the decades of the 1950s, 1960s, 1 970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s ?
They have generally increased. Discuss / Explain……………
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