Henry Willis, author of Earth's Future Climate, says, "The first two weeks of May this year saw the largest cluster of tornadoes in the Midwestern U.S. since record keeping began in 1950. In a ten day period of time, 384 tornadoes touched ground. There is a clear explanation for why this happened. However, the implications of that explanation lead to some serious conclusions." Read his explanation about what's going on with the weather right now in his fascinating new Insight.
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