This animated map shows just how much Mother Nature hates Oklahoma

After the series of storms we had yesterday that didn’t actually do much to Sapulpa, we’re all a little more weary about the season we’re in. If you’re a native Oklahoman, you know that we live in tornado alley and the chances of tornadoes are greater here than most everywhere else.

But just how greater are they?

A user on Reddit named CordCutter actually found out by grabbing screenshots of the tornadic activity for every day of the year, based on data collected between 1982-2011 and helped give us a better understanding of what we all pretty much knew: Oklahoma is a black hole of tornadoes.

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Micah Choquette

Micah Choquette

Micah is the Owner and Publisher of Sapulpa Times.