Tornado Drought: Oklahoma has been a tornado-free zone since May

VIDEO: Oklahoma seeing tornado drought

TULSA, Okla. — Despite the hard times and bizarre nature of 2020, Oklahoma has managed to avoid one of its most common agents of chaos.

Most years, Oklahoma records tornadoes in the summer and fall months.

However, the state has been tornado-free since May 28.

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The only other year Oklahoma stayed tornado-free for this long after spring was when it went 293 days without a tornado from May 2003 to March 2004.

November’s tornado average statewide is 1.5.