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Old 09-24-2011, 04:21 AM
 
Location: Kansas City
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Tried the weather forum for this, but not much traffic in there.

I'm looking at moving to Atlanta or Dallas and I'm comparing which city is more thunderstormy. So far I've gotten the impression their pretty equal with Dallas having an edge in tornadic type weather and maybe Atlanta having an edge w/ the late day summer type storms that can last for hours.

I've looked at all the maps prepared by experts, now I want opinions. If you've lived in both cities who had the longer storm season? Was it year round or seasonal? Not the barely noticeable thundershowers, but which city seemed more prone to severe storms?

P.S. I'm not a storm chaser, I actually tend to avoid them because I work outdoors for a living, heavy rain can mean a slow down or no work at all .
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