Link between tornadoes and global warming is complicated

Courier-Journal: We keep hearing scientists tell us that we can expect more potent storms as part of climate change brought on by global warming. But what about tornadoes? It`s complicated and uncertain. After deadly tornadoes last March ripped through the eastern part of the United States, hitting Kentucky and Indiana especially hard, there was some speculation that global warming might have been at least partly to blame. "As spring moves up a week or two, tornado season will start in February instead......

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