I wonder why we’re having so many tornado outbreaks:

A “high-end, life-threatening” tornado outbreak is likely on Saturday from Texas northeastward to Iowa, with Kansas and Oklahoma at the greatest risk for powerful tornadoes, and another area of heightened risk in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa, according to theStorm Prediction Center (SPC).

Cities under the greatest tornado threat include Oklahoma City, Okla., Omaha, Neb., and Wichita, Kan. That National Weather Service forecast offices in those two cities have preparedmultimedia forecast briefings to discuss the tornado threats in greater detail.

The SPC, which is part of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), issued a rare “high risk” outlook for severe weather more than a day in advance for a swath of Oklahoma and Kansas, with a “moderate risk” covering a broader area from Texas to Iowa.

2 thoughts on “Gee

  1. NOAA. Another one of those ‘useless’ agencies Rethugs want to destroy. To the ‘Party of Lincoln,’ human life only counts if you have a billion dollars.

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