The tornadoes that hit the southeastern U.S. are simply called tornadoes.
Yes. The southeast quadrant of the U.S. experiences more tornadoes than the other three.
No. Tornadoes are most common on the central plains of the United States.
True. The two most active areas for tornadoes in the U.S. are in the southeastern quadrant of the country.
True. Of the four quadrants of the United States, the southeastern quadrant gets the most tornadoes.
Tornadoes can occur anywhere in Texas but they are most common in the northeastern quadrant of the state.
Tornadoes can occur anywhere in Texas, but they are most common in the northeastern quadrant of the state.
As with most other places, most tornadoes in the southeaster U.S. However, compared to other pares of the world, the Southeast has a rather high incidence of strong tornadoes, even the occasional F5.
A tornado can move in any direction, but the most common direction of travel is southwest to northeast. Southeast-moving tornadoes are not uncommon.
Tornadoes are most common in Texas
No. The Midwest and South Central United States get the most tornadoes.
Tornadoes are most common in spring.
Tornadoes are most common in a spring and summer.
Tornadoes are most common on the Great Plains.
Tornadoes are generally most common in spring.
Usually tornadoes are found in the southwest quadrant of the thunderstorm, which is the updraft portion, usually at the back of the storm.
Most U.S. tornado activity in 2010 was focused on the southeast and the Great Plains with additional high activity in Minnesota.
Tornadoes are most likely to have tornadoes in the late winter and spring, with the greatest activity generally occurring in late March and April.
Tornadoes are most common during severe thunderstorms called supercells.
Although tornadoes can occur in any season, they are most common during spring and summer. Spring in particular is when the most destructive tornadoes usually occur.
It depends on the region, but tornadoes are most common in the spring and summer.
No. In the U.S. tornadoes are most common in the Midwest and the South.
Tornadoes are most common in the spring and early summer in terms of time of year. In terms of time of day they are most common in the late afternoon and early evening.
Tornadoes often occur in the central part of the USA, or the Great Plains. They are most common in spring and early summer.
Tornadoes can happen in any season, but they are most common in the spring.
No. Tornadoes are most common in the central and southeastern regions and become much less common west of the Rockies.