74 dead, more than 100 still unaccounted for in Kentucky tornado disaster

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Monday, December 13, 2021

The series of unseasonal storms ripped through several states across the Midwest and South overnight on Friday, leveling a candle factory and entire communities in Kentucky while also hitting a nursing home in Arkansas and an Amazon distribution center in Illinois.

Climate change likely made the tornado outbreak worse by altering or amplifying the ingredients — like higher-than-average December temperatures — that produced the tornado outbreak.

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