Are tornadoes affected by climate change?

Guardian: A tornado in Attica, Kansas. Climate change may affect the distribution of tornadoes. Tornadoes – also known as cyclones or twisters – are rotating columns of air that run between the ground and the clouds above. Weak, short-lived tornadoes can occur when there's a strong updraft within a thunderstorm, though the most powerful and devastating twisters found in a few areas of the world require very specific conditions: a "supercell" thunderstorm with a rotating area called a mesocyclone, and winds......

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