Why a Killer Tornado Got Only a "3" R...

Why a Killer Tornado Got Only a "3" Rating

There are 1 comment on the National Geographic story from Oct 24, 2013, titled Why a Killer Tornado Got Only a "3" Rating. In it, National Geographic reports that:

It was a storm of epic proportions: The tornado that hit El Reno, Oklahoma, was as wide as Manhattan, spun off subvortices as fast as NASCAR drivers circle a track, and had some of the strongest winds ever measured.

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Reno

Toronto, Canada

#1 Oct 26, 2013

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