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Stormy Weather

During a terrible storm in the winter of 1969, Berkeley professor Lynn Ingram, just 8 years old at the time, remembers looking out her window and seeing her backyard disappear. The rain-drenched earth of her Santa Barbara home was sliding down into the canyon below. She worried that her whole house would wash away.

From the Summer 2013 A New Deal issue of California.

Is Warming to Blame for Tornado Damage?

At least 24 people died in the tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma yesterday, and damage could hit the $2 billion mark.  It may be inaccurate – as well as hackneyed – to call the storm a “monster,” but it was certainly very big.  On the Enhanced Fujita scale of EF-1 to EF-5, the twister hit EF-4, with winds in excess of 190 mph.

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