Tornadoes can happen in most of the U.S., not just in the ‘Alley'

In this March 21, 1925, file photo is an overturned house that was carried more than fifty feet from its foundation following a tornado in Griffen, Ind. The March 18 tornadoes that hit Missouri, Illinois and Indiana killing 695 people are one of the 10 deadliest tornadoes in the United States since 1900. (AP Photo/File)

Tornado Alley may be home to the most dangerous tornadoes, but it’s not the only place they’re found.