When Is Tornado Season in Kansas?

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The Tornado season in Kansas, as well as the rest of the Upper Midwest region of the US, occurs during the Spring months of March, April, May and early June. Tornadoes are particularly prevalent in Kansas and the Midwestern US because of the unique geography of the US, with moisture coming in off of the Gulf of Mexico and the Rocky mountains creating low pressure, resulting in frequent clashes of warm and cold air.
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Tornado Season in Kansas is April through June.
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It tends to be in the spring. I used attend Baylor Univ. in Waco, TX and every year during spring finals we would spend part of our study time in the hallway of the first floor of
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Tornado season for the Topeka area begins in early March, peaks in late May, and almost completely winds down by the end of July. The general severe weather season starts around the
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Tornado season for the Wichita, KS begins in early March, peaks in late May, & winds down by the end of July. However, tornadoes can happen any time of year.
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Tornadoes can occur anytime in Kansas depending on the weather. Tornado season however ranges from the months April, May, and June. The most tornadoes seem to occur in the month of April.
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