Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina
Like the Mid-South, much of the Southeast can expect to see some tornado activity in the area throughout most of the year. Once into the Carolinas, it’s more typical for winter to bring quieter times as moisture has trouble reaching that far north. A state like Florida has fairly erratic tornado activity for most of the year, with the tropical season favored as a peak. In states further north, Georgia, North and South Carolina all have springtime peaks, but then some activity throughout the summer and enhancement by tropical systems.
Check out the tornado averages by month for the following states:
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