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Severe Storms in Florida... Snow Upper Midwest

March 17, 2014; 10:39 AM ET


In the video, I go over the tornado numbers and the comparison to 2002 which started out low as well. Overall, 2002 was not an active year for tornadoes, but what I did find interesting was the comparison to the ENSO event that is unfolding. The El Nino started to develop that spring and lasted through 2003. It was not a strong El Nino, but it did cause some changes in the pattern that year.

The snow will be over this afternoon, and most likely, it will melt away quickly during the next couple of days. A line of storms will move across central and southern Florida with strong winds and heavy rains today.

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