The Most Tornado-Prone Counties In America

calvinkaskey

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A lot of the counties in Colorado look huge. Interesting that White County in AR has a good amount of tornado activity where I went to school and got hit by a tornado. Wondering if the minimum in West Virginia is really due to rolling terrain or extreme lack of visibility as probably the most folded, gorged, and forested terrain in North America.
 
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Weld, Wasgington, Adams and Arapahoe counties in ne CO seem to always come up as hot spots in these maps. When you look at just numbers the DCVZ on the Palmer divide cranks out alot of spinning storms. They are usually small and weak and not the wedge beasts of Oklahoma but if you get a storm like Simla or Cheyenne Wells you can get 9 tornadoes out of it.