Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Another Way to Look at Tornado Coverage

University of Florida Geography Professor James Elsner posted an interesting .gif animation on his blog recently.  It shows the approximate area of all U.S. tornadoes by year from 1950-2011, using a red circle centered on Oklahoma City as a point of reference:

I didn't choose 1988 for any particular reason, it just happened to be the year that was up on the rotation when I took the screen shot.  To view James' blog post with the full .gif animation, please go here.

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