jfitzpatrick at May 5th, 2014 13:40 — #1
guardsix6 at May 6th, 2014 10:17 — #2
The least you could do was spell Oklahoma correctly!
jackjrambo at May 6th, 2014 12:41 — #3
I was trying to figure out if Oaklahoma was like a trick answer.
tim_okc at May 6th, 2014 14:20 — #4
A tornado technically always touches the ground, or it wouldn't be a tornado. Funnel clouds don't touch the ground and are not classified as tornadoes. A better way to ask the question would be: Which state has the most tornadoes?
viggenboy at May 7th, 2014 06:24 — #5
Having a winter home in Florida that was an easy one.The tropical climate there, especially in central Florida is just about perfect for creating the correct conditions for small tornadoes. In late summer, autumn and spring we are put on "tornado watch" with unnerving regularity and even when tornadoes don't actually touch down he associated weather conditions- wind, rain, lightning, chocolate brown swirling clouds, can be alarming and exciting (and some times amusing) in equal degrees. Get tornado conditions on trash collection day when everyone's put their paper out for recycling- that's fun.
jfitzpatrick at May 15th, 2014 13:40 — #6
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