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Late Start to Severe Weather Season Will Not Likely Translate to Less Activity

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The weather this week served as a reminder that spring can be unpredictable. Tornado season is just around the corner.

What are the weather experts predicting for the upcoming season across Tornado Alley? Read on for the details.

What the 2024 Tornado Season Has in Store

The threat of severe weather is on the upswing across the U.S. as winter weather fades away and spring fires into action.

While predicting the severity of any particular weather season is not an exact science, meteorologists have clues to look for to help them to warn residents about what to expect.

The current forecast models are predicting that while severe weather season may get off to a slow start, the back half of the spring will likely feature an increased amount of tornadic activity.

The severe weather season of 2023 started with a bang with over 200 twisters spinning up in March alone. This figure was more than twice the number that typically is confirmed during the third month of the year.


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