inothernews:

A data specialist has taken federal tornado data — “essentially, where a tornado touched down, where it lifted off again, and how strong it was” according to the Fujita Scale — collected from 1950 to 2006 and laid it out on a map of the U.S.  
The result makes it appear that one-half of the country is covered by “claw marks.”
Devastating and beautiful all at once.
(Via OurAmazingPlanet.com)

inothernews:

A data specialist has taken federal tornado data — “essentially, where a tornado touched down, where it lifted off again, and how strong it was” according to the Fujita Scalecollected from 1950 to 2006 and laid it out on a map of the U.S.  

The result makes it appear that one-half of the country is covered by “claw marks.”

Devastating and beautiful all at once.

(Via OurAmazingPlanet.com)