It actually varies with region, with the deep south and down toward Florida getting their season in late winter/early Spring, while the upper Midwest has their tornado season during the Spring and Summer. Tornadoes are most common in general from the months of April through June, which corresponds to tornado season in much of tornado alley through the Ohio River Valley.
However, tornadoes can (and have) occurred any day of the year.
Yes. Tornado season typically occurs in the spring.
Tornado season in Pennsylvania is usually in June.
Tornado Season in Kansas is April through June.
The tornado season in Texas is between march and June.
Tornadoes can happen in any season, but tornado season is generally considered to be in the spring.
tornado season usually happens from April to June.
Unlike hurricane season there are not official limits to tornado season. However, generally tornado season lasts from lat march though June. However significant tornado outbreaks can occur at almost any time of year.
They will most likely be found in tornado alley near a tornado during tornado season When it's not tornado season they can be found worldwide.
April through June is generally considered tornado season.
Tornado season for North Carolina peaks in April and May.
The Caribbean doesn't have a tornado season. It does however, have a hurricane season which runs from June 1 through November 30.
No. While significant tornado outbreaks have occurred outside of tornado season, there have only been two recorded: one in April of 1974 and one in April of 2011. April is in tornado season.