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    How Are Tornadoes Formed? Tornadoes belong to the category of the most violent storms seen on earth, and the damage they have caused and will continue to cause is extreme. Just like any other storm no tornadoes are ever the same, however they all need certain kind of conditions to be able to form, specifically intense heat. When considering the formation of a tornado there are two other specific things that are of high importance; geography and rotation, following this the formation of a tornado

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    Tornadoes I. Introduction A. Facts 1. Definition 2. Wind Speeds 3. Damage 4. Number Of Tornadoes Per Year 5. Deaths And Injuries B. Types Of Tornadoes 1. Weak 2. Strong 3. Violent C. Average Tornado 1. Variation a. Waterspout 2. Distance Moved D. Frequency Of Tornadoes 1. Southern States 2. Northern States II. Where Tornadoes Come From A. Energy 1. Thunderstorm III. Where And When Tornadoes Occur A. North America 1. Rocky Mountains

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    Cause and effect of Tornadoes By: Jazzmin Aldrich Specific Purpose: To inform the audience more about tornadoes Thesis Statement: Understanding what causes tornadoes, knowing when and where they are going to occur, and remembering safety rules can make their life much easier. Introduction: I. (Attention Getter) A very common description by people who have seen it is that it resembles the trunk of a huge elephant as it weaves back and forth across its path. It sucks up

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    Tornadoes and Hurricanes For a start, much damage comes from hurricanes and tornadoes, but they cause tons of damage like lifting up a house or picking up other things that are super heavy you wouldn’t imagine. A tornado and a hurricane can reach up to 5 wind speeds or 6EFs causing a house to lift up just leaving the pavement. That’s very serious and strong for a storm. These two types of storms have interesting elements, like how much it takes to repair, how many of these storms hit each year

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    of warm air, forcing the warm air to rise rapidly. Tornadoes can cause a lot of damage and even deaths. The damage from a tornado is a result of the high wind velocity and wind-blown debris. Tornado season is generally March through August, although tornadoes can occur at any time of year. They tend to occur in the afternoons and evenings: over 80 percent of all tornadoes strike between noon and midnight. From 1950-1995 the total number of tornadoes in Michigan was 722, with an average of 5 deaths

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    Twisted Tornadoes

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    Whats a tornado’s favorite game? Twister! Tornadoes cause a lot of damage, because they have high wind speeds, kill and injure people, cover large amounts of land, they can mix with wild fire to cause firenadoes, and they are on the ground so they are close to people and structures. Tornadoes happen most often in the spring time, which is why it is called tornado season. Tornado Alley is where the most tornadoes happen annually. Tornado Alley includes Oklahoma, Kansas, the Texas Panhandle,

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    Tornadoes      A tornado is a violent rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the ground. The most violent tornadoes can produce massive destruction with wind speeds of 250 miles per hour or more. The typical tornado moves from southwest to northeast, but they have been known to move in any direction. The average forward speed of a tornado is 30 miles per hour but it may vary from stationary to 70 miles per hour. Although tornadoes occur in many parts of the

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    Jeremy Wells 4/27/16 Tornadoes First Draft Tornadoes Introduction: Tornadoes are the most violent storms that usually form in thunderstorms. A tornado is a rotating, funnel shaped cloud that extends from a thunderstorm to the ground. Did you know that tornado winds can get up to 300 miles per hour? If you didn’t, you are in for a treat. Quick Facts: The strongest tornadoes have rotating winds of more than 250 mph. Tornadoes can be more than one mile wide and stay on the ground for over 50

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    Hurricanes and Tornadoes

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    Hurricanes & Tornadoes Hurricanes and tornadoes are both severe weather events that can potentially cause a great deal of damage to property. Both of these storms can threaten human life and in severe events with either a hurricane of a tornado there may well be a loss of life. They may be quite different in how they form and what they actually do but on the other hand those storms are both potentially devastating so they fall into the same category of potential severe weather danger. People who

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    Cooper Road Accident

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    angry and misunderstood sixteen year old boy, Cooper. Cooper, flicked the t.v. on realized that a tornado had shown up on the radar to hit Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Missouri. Living in Arcadia, an hour and twenty two minutes away from Tulsa, all the tornadoes hit his property. After realizing that this tornado is going to hit hard he thought about the last tornado that hit. How many people died. How many houses where

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