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Debunking some common tornado myths

• Myth: Tornadoes don't cross rivers. Although some landforms may influence the distribution of tornadoes, rivers do not have any clear effect on them. The great tri-state tornado of 1925, the deadliest tornado ever recorded, crossed both the Mississippi and the Wabash rivers.
Oklahoman Published: March 27, 2011