Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Extreme weather spans coast-to-coast with multiple tornadoes and severe storms plaguing the country

If the map of how states voted in the 2019 presidential election had the parties reversed, we would be hearing claims from some "Christians" that God was punishing them with the current weather problems for voting the way they did.


By Doha Madani and Associated Press
May 28, 2019

Severe storms have stretched across the nation on Tuesday, including tornadoes in Kansas and Pennsylvania, while catastrophic flooding puts other states at risk. It's only the latest outbreak of extreme weather that's been plaguing the U.S. for nearly two weeks.

Tuesday's violent weather marks the 13th consecutive day of such severe storms, coming a day after a series of devastating tornadoes hit western Ohio late Monday. That dangerous streak included an average of 27.5 tornadoes occurring each day.


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