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Deadly tornadoes reveal new disaster patterns in the Southeast

Following the devastating tornado disaster in Nashville earlier in March, Popular Science posted this article on changes in the severe weather season in the Southeast. While the total number of tornadoes appears to be fairly constant over time, the number of outbreaks with several tornadoes on a single day has increased. These tend to the the days with the most tornado deaths. In addition, the onset of the severe weather season has moved earlier in the year. You can read more at . Remember, in the Southeast you can and do get severe weather every month of the year, and it can come at any time of day or night. Tuesday looks like a day that some isolated severe weather could occur, so make sure you keep track of the evolving conditions and know where at home to shelter.