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Dangerous Tornado Threat to Arise From Texas to Kansas This Weekend
Mystery of Bizarre Duck-Like Ocean Sound Solved
Post-Sandy Building Codes Protect Property, Raise Reconstruction Costs
The first widespread severe weather outbreak of the week began Wednesday, April 23, 2014, spanning from Nebraska down through west-central Texas.
So far this year, no one in the United States has been killed by a tornado. The country hasn't experienced such a promising start to a tornado season since World War I.