Really this is quite interesting news. Tornados happening in Maine, though seemingly rare, have started to come up a bit more often lately. The lastest one was reported to have hit East Bethel, travelled a mile and a half then disappeared. It was apparently only 100 yards in diameter or so and considered an F-0 with winds up to 80 mph. This is a very strange thing to hear about, kind of like an earthquake happening in Portland. Not very likely.
Should we take heed to this change? Does this mean that global warming is actually a factor? If so why has this summer been so incredibly cold? Never the less we need to pay attention to these things!
New Footage of Tornado in Western Maine!