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Spatial Distributions of Tropical Cyclone Tornadoes by Intensity and Size Characteristics
Tropical cyclones that make landfall often spawn tornadoes. Previous studies have shown that these tornadoes are not uniformly distributed in the United States or in the tropical cyclone environment. They show that tornadoes tend to occur relatively close to the coastline and that they tend to cluster to the east-of-center in the tropical cyclone environment, particularly in the northeast and east-of-center quadrants. This study contributes to these studies by analyzing the spatialdoi:10.3390/atmos8090160 fatcat:rmcjmltyergo3jja2q2efgiozi