Fema's Tornado Season Infographics Show How Deadly a Tornado Can Be

By: Kevin Young - Published: May 19, 2012 • References: fema.gov & holykaw.alltop
Tornado Alley is a place that endures a good swirling mess each year during its peak months of activity and FEMA shows viewers with this Tornado Season infographic the dangers and fatalities that can occur.

In 2011, the rounds of tornados ferociously whipping through some U.S. states spiked people's realization of just how deadly tornados can be. This infographic shows the recorded tornado activity from 1950s to now and it's clear that there's been an increase in recent years.

In 2003, May has been the most active month for tornados with a staggering 543; in a 24-hour period there's been a recorded 148 tornados. For those who live in Tornado Alley, this Tornado Season infograph is just another reminder, but for those traveling to the area, it'll come in handy. Stats for Natural Disaster Infographics Trending: Older & Chilly
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