This Spring Is Forecast To Be The Most Active Tornado Season South Carolina Has Seen In Years

How’s the weather in your neck of the woods in South Carolina today? If you’re finding it’s cooler than it has been in recent weeks, then you may not want to be so eager to appreciate that blast of cold air. According to some experts, that cold air moving in on top of our already warmer than usual winter and spring temps could be the catalyst to drive more tornadoes than usual this spring.

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Have you witnessed a tornado firsthand in your part of the state before?

For more information about tornadoes in South Carolina, keep reading Most People Don’t Know About South Carolina’s Deadly Tornado Alley.