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Tornadoes 
Basic causes of tornadoes twisters
Fujita scale Fujita scale, also known as the Fujita-Pearson scale
Fujita scale the Fujita Scale is used to rate the intensity of a tornado by examining the damage caused by the tornado after it has passed over a man-made structure
How does a tornado form?
Introduction to tornadoes a tornado is a vortex of air rising into a cloud. In their early and mature stages, all thunderstorms are characterized by rising air, called updrafts, ...
Myths and Misconceptions about Tornadoes
Thunderstorms and Tornadoes A tornado is a vortex of rapidly moving air associated with some severe thunderstorms, ...
Tornado A tornado is a violently spinning column of air in contact with both a cumiliform cloud base and the surface. A tornado is typically shaped like a funnel with the narrow end on the ground, ...
Tornado project online the tornado project is a small company that researches, compiles and makes tornado information available to tornado and severe weather enthusiasts, the public, the meteorological community and emergency management officials in the form of tornado videos, tornado books, and tornado posters, stormchasing, twister, tornado safety, whirlwind, storm cellar, cyclone, fujita
Tornado FAQ
Tornado footage Real media
Tornadoes a tornado is defined as a violently rotating column of air in contact with the ground and pendent from a cumulonimbus cloud
Tornadoes a tornado is a violent rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the ground.The most violent tornadoes can produce massive destsruction with wind speeds of 250 mph or more
Tornadoes of the 20th century
Tornado project tornado history, stormchasing, twister, tornado myths, storm chasing, whirlwind, storm cellar, cyclone, fujita, dust devils, supercell, tornado photos, natural disaster, tornado shelter
Tracking Tropical Storms
Twister: tornado story
Types of tornadoes supercell tornadoes
What causes a tornado?
What causes a tornado? Thunderstorms develop in warm, moist air in advance of eastward-moving cold fronts, ...
What is a Tornado?
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