Tornado Threat Increases As Gulf Hurricanes Get Larger

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Large tornadoes occurring near gulf coast.

Tornadoes that occur from hurricanes moving inland from the Gulf Coast are increasing in frequency, according to researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology. This increase seems to reflect the increase in size and frequency among large hurricanes that make landfall from the Gulf of Mexico.

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