Should UK insurers brace for more strong tornadoes?

A powerful supercell storm at sunset producing a huge and destructive tornado touching down on a highway road

After homes in Manchester were torn apart by Storm Gerrit, Tegwen Gabb, senior weather and climate analyst at Eurotempest, examines whether tornadoes could become increasingly frequent in the UK and the consequences for the insurance industry.

A tornado is normally perceived as a large, violently rotating, twisting column of air, tearing its way across a wide US plain, ripping up everything in its path. 

It is not something that is generally

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