Summer heat keeping most tornadoes off of our radar

  • Article by: BILL McAULIFFE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: July 30, 2012 - 10:01 PM

July's intense heat may have worked against tornadoes

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shushyn78Jul. 31, 12 7:03 AM

How about admitting we juts don't know enough about the weather to accurately predict anything beyond tomorrow?

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freedubayJul. 31, 12 7:24 AM

At least we've totaled nearly 5 inches of rain this month at the Airport. Hot doesn't always go along with dry.

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mnmaidJul. 31, 1210:08 AM

Well, that was a misleading headline. It wasn't the heat (not abnormally hot, just an abnormally long stretch), rather the lack of windshear. Way to go. Now people will have another myth to "believe" about tornadoes: that it's too hot for one to form. Never mind they already think that one can't form in a major metro area (false) and that they can't cross rivers or other bodies of water (false).

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