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From Thursday, April 14, 2011 to Saturday, April, 16, 2011, devastating tornadoes rampaged across communities of the southern United States. Cities and towns from Oklahoma to North Carolina were assaulted by the deadly twisters.
The tornado outbreak led to a total of 241 tornado reports in 14 states over the three-day period. This will likely rank this tornado outbreak among the largest in history.
Originally posted by kro32
Remember back in what was it, 1993 with the insane storms and flooding. You could probably cut and paste this post back to then and it would be just as relevant.
Or go back to the 1930's when the dust bowl was going on and look at some of the blizzards they had during winter and the comments about how the weather had never been that bad before that anyone could remember.
Point is that there have always been times of increased weather and theres nothing special going on today leading up to something else.
241 reported tornadoes?! This is pretty surreal!