- April, May and June are the peak months for tornadoes in the United States.
- Intense tornadoes are more likely to occur during the spring.
- Many of the worst tornado outbreaks have struck in April or May.
April kicks off what is typically the most active and dangerous three-month period of the year for tornadoes in the United States.
Strong tornadoes can occur in any month, as we saw in early March when 23 people were killed by an EF4 twister in Lee County, Alabama. But weather history shows April, May and June are the months with the most potential of having both the greatest number of tornadoes and the most intense tornadoes in a given year.
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