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EDWARD W. FERGUSON

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EDWARD W. FERGUSON

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EDWARD W. FERGUSON

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EDWARD W. FERGUSON

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EDWARD W. FERGUSON and FRANCES PARMENTER

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Edward W. Ferguson, Frederick P. Ostby, and Preston W. Leftwich Jr.

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A review of tornado activity in the United States during 1986 is presented. Annual statistics are compared with both recent and long-term values. Month-by-month highlights of tornado events are summarized. Meteorological patterns associated with four noteworthy tornado outbreaks are examined.

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Edward W. Ferguson, Frederick P. Ostby, and Preston W. Leftwich Jr.

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A review of tornado activity in the United States during 1985 is presented. Annual statistics are compared with both recent and long-term values. Month-by-month highlights of tornado events are summarized. Meteorology patterns associated with three noteworthy tornado outbreaks are examined.

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Edward W. Ferguson, Frederick P. Ostby, Preston W. Leftwich Jr., and John E. Hales Jr.

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Tornado events of 1984 are reviewed. Significant and interesting aspects of the 907 reported tornadoes are noted. Synoptic patterns associated with four noteworthy tornado days are examined.

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Edward W. Ferguson, Joseph T. Schaefer, Steven J. Weiss, Larry F. Wilson, and Frederick P. Ostby

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The tornado events of 1982 are reviewed. Significant and interesting aspects of the 1047 reported storms are noted. The synoptic patterns associated with four major tornado days are examined.

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Edward W. Ferguson, Frederick P. Ostby, Preston W. Leftwich Jr., William E. Carle, Steven F. Corfidi, Richard G. Cundy, and William D. Hirt

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Tornado events of 1983 are reviewed. Significant and interesting aspects of the 931 reported tornadoes are noted. Synoptic patterns associated with four noteworthy tornado days are examined.

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