A July 2014 MSN article noted that Kansas has the highest average number of recorded F3 to F5 tornadoes each year, at 3.1. The Weather Channel ranked Florida as the "top tornado state" in March 2012 because of its average of 12.3 annual tornadoes per 10,000 miles of territory.
Arkansas is the state with the second-highest annual average of F3 to F5 tornadoes, according to MSN. Other states that average between one and three F3 to F5 tornadoes per year, in order of average number of occurrences, are Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Mississippi, Iowa, Minnesota, Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky and South Dakota.Learn More
Tornadoes can happen at any time during the year, but are more likely to occur between May and June in the southern area of the United States. In the upper Midwest and northern regions of the United States, tornado season is considered to be in June or July.Full Answer >
Bleeding Kansas was the violent time period that occurred when the Kansas territory was being settled and included the fight about whether or not the state should be a slave state or a free state. Bleeding Kansas is also often referred to as Bloody Kansas.Full Answer >
The year 1861 was filled with many historically significant events including the commencement of the Civil War, the inauguration of Abraham Lincoln as president of the United States and the admittance of Kansas as the 34th state of the United States.Full Answer >
According to Educational Portal, it takes a little less than a year to obtain a barber's license, depending on the laws and regulations of the state in which the license is issued. On average, as of 2014, most states require approximately 1,500 hours of education at a state-approved barber school.Full Answer >