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What states are considered Tornado Alley?

The heart of Tornado Alley includes parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, eastern Colorado, and South Dakota. Less intense areas of Tornado Alley incude parts of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Iowa, Tennessee, Kentucky, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.

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Regarding this, what are the 19 states that make up Tornado Alley?

Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, and South Dakota are normally included in tornado alley. Other states that may be included are North Dakota, Wyoming, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Kentucky and Tennessee.

Additionally, which state is not part of the Tornado Alley? While it is not an official designation, states most commonly included are Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Iowa, and South Dakota. Florida, while not geographically part of tornado alley, sees more tornados than any other state, especially when accounting for how large the state is.

In this regard, what are the top 10 states for tornadoes?

States With the Most Tornadoes

  1. Texas.
  2. Kansas.
  3. Oklahoma.
  4. Florida.
  5. Nebraska.
  6. Iowa.
  7. Illinois.
  8. Missouri.

What area is Tornado Alley?

"Tornado Alley is an area of the U.S. where there is a high potential for tornado development," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dan Kottlowski said. "This area encompasses much of northern Texas northward through Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and parts of Louisiana, Iowa, Nebraska and eastern Colorado."

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