How Come There Is No Tornadoes in California?


California has tornadoes but they are weak. This is due to the fact that the state has dry climate thus making it less prone to the strong thunderstorms that produce tornadoes.
Q&A Related to "How Come There Is No Tornadoes in California"
There are tornadoes in California on occasion. But they are usually weak. This is large due to the fact the much of California has a relatively dry climate, making it less prone to
There are actually a few in California. In fact there were two as recent as last week. It's true that they're quite uncommon in California but according to National Weather Service
Actually California has seen over 300 tornadoes since 1950, although that only averages out to a little more than 5 per year. Of course most of these tornadoes were weak and short
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