More than 1,200 tornadoes rip through the U.S. Midwest in an average year, killing about 100 people and costing millions of dollars in damage. Currently the longest warning time meteorologists can give is a nerve-racking 13 minutes, with a 70 percent false alarm rate. [More]
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