When are tornadoes most likely to happen?
There are periods when these meteorological events are most likely to form, due to the precise atmospheric conditions required for tornado occurrence. There are tornado periods in different parts of the United States. The Southern Plains’ peak tornado season is from May to June, whereas the Gulf Coast region’s peak season is earlier in the spring, and the northern plains and upper Midwest’s peak season is from June to July.
Tornadoes may strike at any time of day, regardless of the season. They are most probable to take place between the hours of 4 and 9 p.m. Tornadoes can and have indeed happened at times other than those listed before, so keep that in mind. Some of the deadliest tornadoes have struck at night, while people were asleep.