Mother Nature’s power continues, as we saw with the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma. The May 2013 tornado that hit the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore was reported to be a full-fledged F5 tornado creating havoc and destruction.
There are on an average 1200 tornadoes per year in the United States. Since 1950, there have been around 60 EF5 tornadoes, with the states of Oklahoma and Alabama being the worse hit with seven tornadoes each.
For those wondering what an F5 tornado is, here are the details.
The Enhanced Fujita Tornado Damage Scale (EF1 to EF5) was