What’s up with all this wild, weird weather — and is it linked to climate change?

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Violent thunderstorms boiled up across Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri on May 22, 2019, as seen in this animation of infrared images acquired by the GOES-16 weather satellite. Tornadoes, including one that ravaged parts of Jefferson City, MO, are indicated by blue-colored T’s. (Note: The animation may take awhile to load. It’s worth the wait! Source: CIMSS Satellite Blog)

It certainly has been a wild — and deadly — few weeks for weather.

Since the first and 23rd of May, 340 tornadoes have s

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