Sublette on Severe Weather, Tornadoes in a Warming World
Since the 1950's, the number of days a tornado occurs somewhere in the U.S. has decreased, but on days when tornadoes do form, there are more of them — and climate change my be playing a role. Our meteorologist Sean Sublette talks with Lauren Casey of CBS Philly about tornado frequency in a warming world.
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