I go back a long, long way. And we were having severe tornadoes in SW Oklahoma long before anyone worried or even thought about CO2 emissions.
I wasn’t around but we were having this sort of weather before automobiles were ever dreamt of. Ludicrous Lies of the Left.
Same here for this Texas native. Its spring in Texas. You can count on at least one storm a week. Under the right conditions they will produce tornadoes. Go back to any turn of the century farm in these parts and you will see storm cellars. Those folks weren’t building those to increase property values.
As I posted on Facebook in response to the CNN ladies attempting to make the connection between tornadoes and “climate change”:
Major outbreaks just on Palm Sunday: 1920 - 38+ tornadoes/380+ fatalities; 1965 - 47/271; 1994 - 25/42. Using the critical thinking skills employed by today’s media, it would appear Palm Sunday is getting safer.
Technology and the spreading population is just now reaching the point where it would be hard not to spot a tornado either in person or by radar in the US. Just 30 years ago that would have been quite challenging. There is no telling how many unreported tornadoes this country has had in the last 200 years.