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Deadliest Tornado Outbreak in Decades Was Fueled by Smoke From Land Clearing

Deadliest Tornado Outbreak in Decades Was Fueled by Smoke From Land Clearing

National Geographic - Devin Powell

April 2011 saw the worst day of U.S. tornadoes since 1974, and a new analysis points to fires in Central America as part of the cause. Even experienced weather forecasters were taken aback by the ferocity of the 2011 tornado outbreak. On its worst day, April 27, more than 120 twisters touched down …

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