Insurance Journal - Timing rather than a trend seems to be the key as to why Oklahoma has broken the state record for tornadoes in the month of April the past two years, according to weather officials. In April 2011, there were 50 confirmed tornadoes in Oklahoma, breaking a record for that month previously set with 40 in 1957. This April, there were 52 tornadoes in the state. So do those 102 in two years mean April bypasses May as the month for the biggest threat of twisters in Oklahoma? No, say the experts as they look over the official state records for tornadoes that date to 1950. - Go To Story
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
 
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