Climate change could be driving U.S. tornadoes southeast
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Modern weather has become more unpredictable as global temperatures and sea levels rise, and it turns out tornado activity is no different. New research is showing that U.S. tornadoes have been shifting southeast over the last few decades, out of the aptly named Tornado Alley. This phenomenon leaves scientists wondering if climate change could be to blame. A recent study in the Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology detailed the findings of following twisters over a period of 60...