We’ve had tornado reports Monday in Huntsville and Tuesday in Weldon, so you might think it’s ironic for me to get a report that we’re having fewer tornadoes across the state!
Nonetheless, NOAA data has been sourced and QuoteWizard has put together which states have seen an increase or decrease in tornadic activity the past ten years. Texas has seen a 10% decrease from 2010-2020 vs. 2000 to 2009.
You’ll notice the numbers might be interesting, but the dollar amounts still count and tornadoes since 2010 have run up more than $1.6Billion in damage costs across our state alone.
Interestingly, the company found a shift in tornadic activity away from the “tried and true” Tornado Alley to the southern part of the United States. A full look at the list: