Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Killer Tornado Hits N.E. Montana

An unusually large and powerful tornado touched down in extreme northeast Montana on Monday, just south of the Canadian border - killing 2 and seriously injuring 1.

Tornadoes are not all that uncommon across eastern Montana during the summer thunderstorm season - but what is uncommon - is to get a large and deadly twister.

Usually they are just small, rope-like tornadoes that are short-lived and fairly harmless.

Click here to read some stats about killer tornadoes in Montana.

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