Oklahoma’s October weather is scarier than ever.

Second to the OU/Texas game, Halloween is the most celebrated holiday in October in Oklahoma.


But instead of getting freaked out by being chased by a minimum wage part-time meth dealer dressed as Jason at Frontier City’s Fright Fest, this year Oklahomans are being freaked out by the weather.


According to Marla’s husband at KFOR, the state has experienced more tornados this month than during “tornado season” this last spring and the twisters have been increasing every Fall over the last 20 years. I know it’s been about 17 years since I sat through David Payne’s Weather School program in my 5th grade gymnasium, but this seems wrong.


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