(I know that this has nothing with this American forum but the facts are scarring me)
Is this just because people are moving to places more favorable to tornadoes or the weather is really changing???
This is the monster Indaiatuba tornado fortunately it didn’t hit the city directly.
In 2009 an EF4 tornado hit some power lines leaving 400.000 without energy.
In 1994 a F4 tornado hit the city of Itu killing 16 people (it was not documented by the media).
In 2013 an EF3 tornado hit the city of Taquarituba killing 3 people.
In 2013 another EF3 the city of Limeira.
And all this tornadoes are just the big ones. In the months of September to march we get lots of reports of small tornadoes (EF0s & EF1s) but most of our tornadoes are rain wrapped and sometimes they happen at night, and remember we are a third world country with lots of unabated places so that can mean that lots of tornadoes are not detected (also we just have Doppler radar at the states of Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais). I Also made a tornadoes in Brazil compilation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9xsaYhwWlc