From: http://www.weatherpix.com - A strong tornado churns across farmland near Woonsocket South Dakota on June 24th, 2003. This storm was part of a weather system that spawned the largest single-day outbreak of tornadoes in the state's history.
Tornado Tour - having seen three tornadoes in my life (not counting the one that hit my house during Hurricane Charlie, because I was hunkered down in the hallway with my kid, I would probably still want to see a big Midwestern tornado. Yeah, I'm an idiot.
Oklahoma City, smack in the middle of Tornado Alley, is already fully acquainted with record-shattering twisters due to its unique geographical location. But as climate change wreaks havoc on existing weather patterns, it could mean that many more tornados touch down — and not just during storm season.