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The meteorology that led to the deadly late-December tornado outbreaks

from The Washington Post

Warm and cold segments contained within the same storms have generated every conceivable form of severe weather in the central United States over the past week, from blizzard conditions to deadly tornadoes. The weather pattern that triggered these outbreaks featured two very important components: an unusually intense Bermuda high that pushed into the Southeast, and an intense dip in the jet stream — or trough — containing a core of very cold air and rapidly spinning winds. more

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