Tornadoes Rip Through Moore, Oklahoma

An EF5 tornado barreled through the suburbs west of Oklahoma City, Monday, May 20, 2013. Moore, Oklahoma was leveled, and amazingly only 24 people were killed at the hands of a mile-wide twister that stayed on the ground for over 20 miles packing 166+ mile per hour winds.

Tornadoes Are Forming Quicker Today

Another EF5 tornado destroyed the town of Moore in 1999, but when this tornado formed, it took much longer to build in size and intensity. Unlike tornadoes in the past, tornadoes today are forming much quicker, and much stronger.

Global climate change, solar intensity, an increase in volcanic eruptions, the shifting of the poles, and man-made pollutants, such as burning fossil fuels and spraying Chemtrails, are altering our planet’s global wind patterns. As these events continue to affect our weather, we will continue to witness marked changes in how tornadoes form. And, it is to our disadvantage because there is less time to prepare.

No Time In Texas

Wednesday, May 15, 2013, fatal tornadoes outside Dallas, Texas came as a big surprise. Large storms were predicted, but the tornado index was low, and no one expected an EF4 to suddenly form. The twister hit in the towns of Granbury and Cleburne, Texas killing several people.

This tornado spun up out of the blue – fast and furious – with little warning.

A picture of the EF5 tornado in Joplin, Mo 2011.

EF5 Tornado in Joplin, Mo 2011 – NOAA.

Joplin, Mo

On May 22, 2011, I was watching the Weather  Channel’s Tornado Hunt, and I clearly remember the storm spotters saying that strong storms were all around, but no tornado activity was on the Doppler Radar. Suddenly out of the blue, an EF5 tornado formed within minutes, and leveled the town of Joplin, merely 40 miles east of the storm spotters.

Another surprise tornado.

As Earth changes continue to increase today, tornados are forming more quickly and with less warning. This will certainly keep NOAA and storm spotters on their toes.

YOU need to be more aware, too. And take the warnings seriously!