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Tornado Alleycats

Eric Britt, Erlang Surya, Matthew Mohr, Nirdesh Bhandari, Maksim Kosmakov, Tejaswi Tripathi


Changes in the air currents and weather patterns due to climate change have shifted the location of the region of the United States that sees the most tornadoes (Tornado Alley). This migration has been towards more densely populated regions of the southeastern US where storm infrastructure is less prepared for this kind of extreme weather.

Ideally, this would show where the clouds of tornado risk shift across the US and if those regions are traveling from rural areas to more densely-populated suburban and urban areas

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