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Connecticut Tornado Averages

Tornadic events tend to favor the summer months in a northeast state like Connecticut. This is because the jet stream is often nearby and it is the only time of year abundant surface moisture makes it that far north. There is an average of two tornados per year for Connecticut. Take a look at the monthly break-out below:

  • January – 0
  • February – 0
  • March – 0
  • April – 0
  • May – 0
  • June – 1
  • July – 1
  • August – 0
  • September – 0
  • October – 0
  • November – 0
  • December – 0

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Maine Tornado Averages

Tornados favor the summer in northeast states like Maine. Tornados are very infrequent here, and don’t even have much of an average to begin with! There is only an average of two tornados that happen in Maine each year. Take a look at the stats below:

  • January – 0
  • February – 0
  • March – 0
  • April – 0
  • May – 0
  • June – 0
  • July – 1
  • August – 0
  • September – 0
  • October – 0
  • November – 0
  • December – 0

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Massachusetts Tornado Averages

Throughout history, there have been a few notable tornado events that occurred in Massachusetts. Severe weather mainly occurs in summer and there are an average of only one tornado per year. Take a look at the tornado average by month in Massachusetts below:

  • January – 0
  • February – 0
  • March – 0
  • April – 0
  • May – 0
  • June – 0
  • July – 1
  • August – 0
  • September – 0
  • October – 0
  • November – 0
  • December – 0

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New Hampshire Tornado Averages

States in New England have a fairly short tornado season, and this includes New Hampshire. If any tornadic events happen at all, they will occur in the summertime. There is only an average of one tornado per year in New Hampshire. Check out the stats below:

  • January – 0
  • February – 0
  • March – 0
  • April – 0
  • May – 0
  • June – 0
  • July – 1
  • August – 0
  • September – 0
  • October – 0
  • November – 0
  • December – 0

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New York Tornado Averages

New York has a fairly short tornado season, with averages peaking in July. Although tornados do not occur as frequently as other places, there have been a few notable and significant tornados that have happened in the past.

  • January – 0
  • February – 0
  • March – 0
  • April – 0
  • May – 2
  • June – 2
  • July – 3
  • August – 2
  • September – 1
  • October – 0
  • November – 0
  • December – 0

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Rhode Island Tornado Averages

The chances of tornados striking Rhode Island is almost nil! There is actually not much tornado activity here at all and there are no tornado average statistics to even report on. If a severe storm were to occur, it would most likely take place in July. 

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