Tornadoes Hit 16 Counties In Kansas Then Hits Southwest Missouri

Posted By on May 22, 2011

April set a new U.S. record with over 600 tornadoes breaking the old April record of 267 tornadoes in 1974.  The  monthly all time record of 542 tornadoes was set in May 2003 and was also broken in April 2011. 

Clif High in a recent report (The Shape Of Things To Come) said to expect unusual hurricane force tornadoes across the midwest and in parts of the east during July and August, with sharp winter winds and harsh weather.  He cautions about the rest of 2011 with earthquakes and volcanic eruptions in  South America, and at least two large earthquakes in North Ameica.  Clif also said to expect drought conditions and adverse weather in the central plains, with the possibility of a surprise summer snow.  Farmers could be fighting drought or floods for the rest of 2011.  

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback declared a state of emergency for 16 counties Sunday after tornadoes tore through the northeastern part of the state.  In Missouri the death toll is at least 89 and climbing.

The destruction in Kansas added to the heavy toll that tornadoes have wrought in the U.S. this year.

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