Tornadoes in Japan?

Well this is not exactly fresh news, but It’s still interesting news. Tornadoes are normal in some places for example Kansas, but in Japan they are extremely rare. Weather patterns have been shifting it seems, an early strong storm season has been mixing with the jet stream to create powerful cells over land. Normally this size of storm would form over the sea, and would be weakened by the time the storm reached shore. The same thing has been happening over the east cost of America, and in the Gulf. It has already been an extremely busy tornado season here in the states, it’s shaping up to be a record setting year for thunderstorms and tornado’s. This tornado killed one person and injured 30+ others. Several homes and business were damaged, and there was a lot of property damage.

Watch the video, what do you think about tornadoes in Japan?

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