Could a massive, deadly twister touch down in New Jersey someday? Not likely, but it’s not out of the question. Tornadoes as powerful as the one that killed at least 24 people in Moore, Okla., this week never have been reported in New Jersey, according to David A. Robinson, the state climatologist at Rutgers University. In fact, tornadoes have killed only two people in the Garden State since 1941. But strong twisters have developed and the storm risk can’t be ignored, according to experts.
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