Follow Us:

Daily Number

  • Article
  • Comments


April 11, 2014

When we think of tornados, it usually conjures up the geography of the Great Plains -- flat, unpopulated, and with nothing to stop a giant wind tunnel for miles. And that’s true. But according to the National Data Climate Center, the Great Plains is not the only place that sees a lot of tornados each year -- Texas, Florida, Maryland, and the Carolinas also have more than their fair share. Even New Jersey has an average of two tornados a year, according to a report by

Read more in Daily Number
Corporate Supporters
Most Popular Stories