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Many studies of tornado-severe local storms outbreaks have called attention to the role of the jet stream. In fact, the jet has become an accepted part of a climatological model for tornado occurrences in the central and southern Plains. This study undertakes to verify this acceptance by statistically testing the association between 500-mb. indications of the midlatitude and subtropical jet streams and tornado days in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. The results presented here indicate that indeeddoi:10.1175/1520-0493(1967)095<0107:otabta>2.3.co;2 fatcat:bdkqwhnnlvek7m3kfm66f6kvsq