“Tornado Alley” May Be Shifting to the Densely-Populated Southeast, Study Shows

(From USA Today)

Over the past four decades, researchers found that tornadoes have increased over a large swath of the Midwest and Southeast, including what’s been referred to as “Dixie Alley.”

At the same time, they’ve decreased in the central and southern Plains, a region traditionally known as Tornado Alley that includes Oklahoma and Texas.

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