Unable to Forecast Them, Brazil Gets Hit by Tornadoes

They are rare in Brazil, but they do happen. Ask someone from Criciúma. The town of Criciúma (population: 180,000) in the southern state of Santa Catarina, was hit by not one, but two tornadoes on Monday afternoon.

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