A Terrifying Year of Tornadoes, in Video

February 24, 2012; 3:00 PM ET
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A warning: think about turning your computer on mute to watch. Audio levels vary a lot in the videos and the noise might blast your eardrums.

January

YouTube/goodluckfox

February

YouTube/jordanwrecke

March

YouTube/dsgernie93

April

YouTube/jason835a

May

YouTube/Steve Sisemore

June

YouTube/kidplayero

July

YouTube/mnwxchaser

August

YouTube/TheScooff

September

YouTube/linalia

October

YouTube/Bill Bichell

November

YouTube/WX5PJB

December
No videos to be found of any of the December 2011 tornadoes, so we'll end with this.

YouTube/cartoonmascots


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