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Geitner Simmons 3 Nov 18
, our editorial cartoonist here at the in Omaha, Nebraska, recently did a cartoon on the topic:
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Emergentech RDI 3 Nov 18
Replying to @simongerman600
It also appears to have condensed.
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Aimee Angle 3 Nov 18
Replying to @simongerman600
True they don’t exist where I live and they used to be all the time. We were just in it
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𝕕𝕣𝕠𝕠𝕘 3 Nov 18
Replying to @simongerman600
it's almost like 'tornado alley' is a statistical entity and not a defined border. 🤔
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💧Vivienne 3 Nov 18
Replying to @simongerman600
Is there any explanation as to why? Is the western edge of the old one now drier, or something? Ground humidity is the only thing I can think of..
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Hiram Purkeypile 3 Nov 18
Replying to @simongerman600
"I don't believe it's in Kansas anymore."
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Tomomi Ishimoto 4 Nov 18
Replying to @simongerman600
Closer to Washington you mean? (≧▽≦)
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Andres HurTAO 7 Dec 18
Replying to @simongerman600
Maybe that's nature chasing polluters
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Aimee Angle 8 Apr 19
Replying to @simongerman600
True covers is since childhood
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David Rubin 8 Apr 19
Replying to @simongerman600
The intersection of optimal climate conditions that generate these storms may have shifted. Could be some kind of cyclical oscillation, or the result of climate change.
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