Oklahoma has been pretty lucky with our weather the last few years. While tornadoes are still common enough in the Sooner State, we haven't experienced a massive outbreak or terribly large twister in quite some time.

In fact, the last EF-5 tornado in the world happened over a decade ago in Moore. Since then, EF-4 has been the highest rated, and those have become somewhat rare also.

There are some theories as to why Oklahoma isn't seeing as many tornadoes each year as we have. Even some meteorologists suggest the traditional Tornado Alley has shifted further East, but I don't think any Oklahoman is complaining about it.

Complaining about the hail? Sure... but nobody is whining due to a lack of massive and destructive tornadoes.

Well, most people aren't hoping for tornadoes...

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While most tornadoes in Oklahoma history happen up and down the I-44 corridor, some of the state's most tornado-active counties might surprise you. My own home county was left off this list even though it seemed tornadoes were everyday life this time of year growing up.

If anything, you'll be left wondering why anyone still chooses to live in Moore.

TWISTERS: Counties With the Most Tornadoes in Oklahoma

Stacker compiled a list of counties which experience the most tornadoes in Oklahoma using data from NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information.

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The Ten Most Tornado-Prone Counties in America

When it comes to the topic of tornadoes, Oklahoma is universally known around the world for producing some of the biggest, including the last F6 ever measured... but it'd probably surprise most Okies that the Sooner State doesn't even crack the top five of the most tornado-prone counties in America.

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Things You'll Need in Your Oklahoma Tornado Prep Kit

Even though the odds of your life being affected by a tornado are extremely thin, there's no harm in being prepared with basic necessities. Even if the storm misses your home you could still find yourself without power or water for days to weeks. Here's a quick rundown on the basics every home should have for tornado season in Oklahoma.

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