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Kayla Mathews

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Sheree Lindsey

on 14 March 2013

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6 facts about a tornado Pictures Tornadoes In Oklahoma, a small herd of cattle were sucked up by a tornado and carried across the countryside, before being set down unharmed. by Kayla Mathews The difference in wind speed is called wind shear. This chart shows the different wind speeds and the damages different tornadoes can cause. It is called the Fujita Scale Tornadoes can do a lot of damage and it can kill a lot of people. Some people can survive. If you see a tornado, the best places to hide is in your garage or go to the basement. If you don't have a basement, go to the room closest to the center of the house. Tornado Safety Tips Tornado Alley Map Tornadoes are most common in the United States in the Spring. Several ingredients come together to create monster thunderstorms in Tornado Alley. There are 4 key factors to creating severe thunderstorms capable of producing tornadoes. The map shows the ingredients. 2. They are also called twisters or
cyclones. 1.Tornado can cause a lot of injuries. They can flip over cars and destroy homes by high winds and debris. 4.Tornando thunderstorms can have severe lighting. 5. Tornadoes can come in different colors. Usually a tornado's color
matches the color of the ground. 3.About 1,000 tornadoes hit the United States each year. A Tornado has been described as a roaring, rushing noise, or the sound of a train speeding through a tunnel, or the roar of many airplanes. Sounds of a Tornado 6. Some people chase after tornadoes.
Tornado chasers may drive hundreds of miles during a single chase. Light damage: Branches broken off

Moderate damage: Trees snapped; roofs damaged

Considerable damage: Mobile homes destroyed; trees uprooted

Severe damage: Trains overturned; cars lifted off the ground.

Devastating damage: Houses leveled leaving piles of debris; cars thrown 300 yards or more in the air

Incredible damage: Strongly built homes completely blown away F1
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