Tag Archive: tornadoes

The coincidental 4/30 storms of Oklahoma

June 15, 2015
This is the second in a series on the history of storms in Oklahoma. Any time a tornado touches ground, it’s scary. One tornado can cause devastation. On April 30, 1949, not one but four tornadoes touched down in the Oklahoma City area on a day that kept residents scrambling. But that was only the first time more than one... Read More

Ted Fujita and "Mr. Tornado"

May 27, 2015
This is part of a series on the history of storms and weather. When you earn the nickname “Mr. Tornado” you’re either a really great weatherman or perhaps a comic book villain. (BATMAN vs MR. TORNADO is a title we fully expect to see from DC Comics in the near future.) The real “Mr. Tornado” was neither a typically trained... Read More

INFOGRAPHIC: Tornado Maps and Facts

April 21, 2015
Where do tornadoes occur? How deadly are they? When and where does hail strike? A new infographic published by Coryell Roofing answers these questions and more.