22 January 2004
But are we having funnels yet?
The AP wire this morning reported no tornado activity in Oklahoma yesterday, the same thing it's reported since 17 May 2003.
Which means that we've gone 250 days without a single tornado, something that hasn't happened even once before in the 53 years for which records are available.
Despite this relative quiet, 2003 was actually a banner year for tornadoes; the state recorded 78 funnels last year, 44 percent above average, and 59 of them occurred in those first days of May, including an F4 storm.
Me? I'm not complaining.
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