Review: ‘What Stands in a Storm’ by Kim Cross

April 3, 2015 7:41 PM

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When spring air warms quickly and the humidity rises, folks in Texas and Oklahoma and Kansas — the heart of Tornado Alley — scan the horizons and search for brewing storms.

But there’s a second Tornado Alley off to the east, in Mississippi and Alabama, where supercell thunderstorms can rage almost any time of the year. The right combination of wind patterns can tilt and spin those storms into huge, long-lived tornadoes capable of destroying everything in their path.

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