While earthquakes and tsunamis are destroying the rest of the world, the South is getting it’s fanny handed to it by heavy storms and tornadoes for the last couple of weeks.
For two days straight, tornadoes have torn up every state from Texas to Georgia, killing about a dozen people in the process. There have been reports and sightings of roughly 600 tornadoes in April, with about 300 of them confirmed. This is a new record for tornadoes in the month of April with 267 being confirmed in 1974. Whether it’s global warming or straight-up end of days activity, make sure you pay attention to the weather alerts and duck for cover if you are in a warning. These tornadoes aren’t playing around.