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Tornado season 2011 is the worst since 1953. And, like 1953, major tornadoes occurred well outside of “Tornado Alley.” Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Alabama were all hard-hit this year. We saw the worst loss of life in a single tornado (Joplin, Mo.) in more than half a century. Nationwide, the tally has grown beyond 520 deaths.As a meteorologist specializing in the mitigation of the effects of extreme weather and the author of a book that tells the story of how weather scientists struggled to create today’s life-saving storm warning system (Warnings: The True Story of How Science Tamed the Weather,…

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