Projecting end-of-century human exposure to eastern Colorado tornadoes and hailstorms: meteorological and societal perspectives
The eastern half of Colorado is one of the most active areas for hailstorms and tornadoes in the U.S. An average of 39 tornadoes and 387 severe hail reports are tallied each year over this domain, and a number of damaging events, particularly hailstorms, have occurred in recent years. In an era of climate change, it is of worth to project how the frequency, geography, and severity of tornadoes and hailstorms may change over time, and doing so on a localized scale can shed light on the small-scale complexities that broader analyses miss. It is important to consider both meteorological and ...
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