New Jersey has a pretty low amount of tornadic activity with an average of only two per year. The chance of a hurricane hitting is much higher. Check out the tornado averages by month for New Jersey below:
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There is a moderate amount of tornado activity that takes place in Pennsylvania each year, with an average of about 16. The height of high storm season takes place in spring and summer. Take a look at the tornado averages by month for Pennsylvania below:
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Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee
Large portions of the Mid-South are known as Dixie Alley. This is a region where tornados are probable just about all year long. Peak season comes earlier here than in the Plains - often by April or sometimes May. A notable secondary peak also occurs in November as storm systems begin dropping back south while a new cold season sets in. Summer is often comparatively quiet due to the jet stream residing in the north, although waterspouts coming ashore and air mass tornados are possibilities.
Check out the tornado averages by month in the following states:
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Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont
New York and New England have fairly short tornado seasons, with the averages peaking in July. Many locations do not have much of an average to begin with. New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut in particular have seen a number of notable tornado events throughout history – most severe weather occurrences happen in the summer. Tornados tend to favor summer in the northeast, because the jet stream is often nearby and it is the only time of year abundant surface moisture usually makes it that far north.
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:
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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:
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