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A tornado tore through a Mississippi town on Sunday as part of a severe storm that caused significant damage to buildings, downed trees and left dozens injured.
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Man these storms seem a lot more devastating then in the past. I wonder if there is any change in the climate that affecting them?
You might be right +Paris Mosley, when I was a kid, tornadoes were a lot more predictable.
+Bill DeWitt Man I hear you, it was nice back when they scheduled those weeks in advance. I suspect the funding for pre-scheduling extreme weather events was diverted to pay for entitlements and welfare. shakes fist at sky while yelling: "OBAMA!!!"
Forget that, CNN says that global warming....ooops...I mean "climate change" is responsible for near-Earth asteroid impacts too!
My hometown, lots of damage done but amazingly no fatalities. 
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