NWS INVESTIGATOR EXPLAINS HOW TORNADOES ARE DETERMINED AFTER THE FACT PDF Print
Sunday, 27 February 2011 18:42

It seems severe storm season is here early this year.   Some storms hit so fast that it’s difficult to tell whether it was a tornado or straight line winds.  WCLU Local news asked the National Weather Service’s Joe Sullivan how he determines how to label the event
after it happens

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