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How 'Goldilocks' conditions spawned rare December tornado outbreak

The tornadoes that ripped through parts of the South and the Midwest over the weekend had all the trappings of devastating storms that typically strike in the spring at the height of tornado season, but experts say climate change is loading the dice for severe storms to occur off-season by creating the right environments and atmospheric conditions.

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    How 'Goldilocks' conditions fueled Kentucky’s devastating tornado

    How 'Goldilocks' conditions fueled Kentucky’s devastating tornado

    Experts say climate change is loading the dice for severe storms by creating the right environments and atmospheric conditions.

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