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About 75% of recorded tornadoes strike the United States. This is misleading however, as many countries do not keep records of their tornadoes. The actual number of tornadoes outside the U.S. is not known.

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No. Tornadoes can occur almost anywhere in the world.

Yes. Tornadoes can occur anywhere in the US.

about 1,200 tornadoes each year

Tornadoes occur in other countries besides the US. However, the US heartland has ideal conditions for tornadoes.

About 25% of reocrded tornadoes take place outside the United States. However, the actual percentage is probably much higher. The United States is one of only a few countries that keeps detailed tornado records. As a result, there a likely hundreds, possibly thousands of tornadoes that occur every year outside the U.S. that are never recorded.

No. Tornadoes can occur almost anywhere that gets thunderstorms.

The greatest number of tornadoes occur in a region called Tornado Alley, which extends from Texas to Iowa.

While that can occur in many parts of the U.S. winter tornadoes most often occur in the Gulf Coast states.

Tornadoes can occur anywhere anytime but mostly in the spring and summer mostly in the month of May. In the US, most tornadoes occur in the Great Plains and the Midwest, and in connection with landfall of tropical storms.

Tornadoes can occur at anytime in the US but in different regions tornadoes tend to occur more so doing certain seasons. In the South tornadoes occur mainly during late winter and early spring whereas in the Midwest they tend to occur mainly during the mid to late spring.

Yes. Tornadoes can occur almost anywhere that gets thunderstorms. Tornadoes have been recorded on every continent except Antarctica.

Tornadoes tend to occur during late spring to early summer in the United States.

The can occur almost anywhere but are most common on the central plains.

Tornadoes can occur just about anywhere in the US but are most common on the Great Plains and in the Deep South.

Tornadoes occur mostly in Tornado Alley. Tornadoes occur mostly in Tornado Alley, a region that stretches from Texas to Iowa with the highest activity in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas. However, all 50 states, including Alaska and Hawaii, have had tornadoes.

Tornadoes are most likely to occur in a region known as Tornado Alley, which stretches across much of the Great Plains.

Tornadoes may occur almost anywhere but they are common in an area called tornado alley in the Central US. (middle-latitude)

Tornadoes occur in all months, but are most common in the spring and summer. On average tornado activity in the US peaks in May.

Tornadoes are most common on the Great Plains and in the Deep South.

Tornadoes occur in the U.S. in all seasons, but they are most common in the spring.

Official statistics say 75-80% of tornadoes occur in the U.S. This is very misleading, however, as most countries do not keep detailed records of their tornadoes. The vast majority of tornadoes outside the U.S. are never documented. So, the real percentage is not known.

They can occur anywhere but most tornadoes occur in southern US states between March and late May. In northern US states most occur between late spring and early summer. Most tornadoes occur between 3 and 9 pm, but can occur at any hour, in any season of the year.

Tornadoes occur just about everywhere in the U.S. except northern Alaska. The greatest number occur on the Great Plains, earning that region the name Tornado Alley.

On average the U.S. experiences 1,200 tornadoes each year.

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