What makes a tornado nature's most dangerous storm? Scientists are working to identify the unique set of circumstances which combine to create a tornado.
- Tornadoes are a violent, spinning vortex of air.
- A tornado is an isolated storm event formed in conditions of extreme air pressure and temperature.
- Tornadoes form rapidly and difficult to forecast.
- The Fujita Scale is used to classify the strength of tornadoes.
A violent, spinning vortex of air, the tornado is one of the most extreme and terrifying forms of weather.
A tornado is an isolated storm event, which forms ahead of a weather front in conditions of extreme air pressure and temperature.
Isolated storm event
Extreme differences in air pressure
Extreme differences in temperature ...
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