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  • Enhanced Fujita Scale

    Enhanced Fujita Scale

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    Damage is one of the ways scientists determine the strength of a tornado.

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    Damage is one of the ways scientists determine the strength of a tornado.

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  • April 27th: Five Years Later

    April 27th: Five Years Later

    On April 27, 2011, many cities in Alabama were devastated by a series of tornadoes. According to the SPC and EMA, 238 people were killed that day in Alabama.

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    On April 27, 2011, many cities in Alabama were devastated by a series of tornadoes. According to the SPC and EMA, 238 people were killed that day in Alabama.

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    Weather and disaster coverage

    Weather and disaster coverage

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    Tornadoes, blizzards, wildfires, flooding, severe weather and other natural disasters throughout the country and worldwide.

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    Tornadoes, blizzards, wildfires, flooding, severe weather and other natural disasters throughout the country and worldwide.

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  • Weather and disaster slideshows

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    Check out these slideshows and more from weather events around the world.

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    Check out these slideshows from weather events and natural disasters around the world.

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  • Floods: Weather coverage

    Floods

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    Flooding does more than just make things wet - it's potentially deadly and causes widespread destruction that can take years to recover from.

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  • Wildfires: Weather coverage

    Deadly fires in California

    More than 20 wildfires across hundreds of square miles have claimed lives and property in northern California. 

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    More than 20 wildfires across hundreds of square miles have claimed lives and property in northern California. 

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