Tornado

A tornado is a violently turning section of air that is in contact with both the surface of the earth and a cumulonimbus mist or, in uncommon cases, the base of a cumulus fog. They are regularly pointed to as twisters or cyclones, granted that the expression twister is utilized as a part of meteorology, in a more extensive sense, to name any shut level force flow.

Tornadoes go in numerous shapes and sizes, anyhow they are ordinarily in the type of a unmistakable buildup pipe, whose restricted close touches the earth and is frequently circled by a fog of trash and clean. Most tornadoes have wind speeds less than 110 miles for each hour (177 km/h), are around the range of 250 feet (76 m) opposite, and voyage a few miles (numerous kilometers) before disseminating. The most max tornadoes can achieve wind speeds of more than 300 miles for each hour (483 km/h), extend more than two miles (3.2 km) opposite, and stay on the ground for handfuls of miles (more than 100 km).

Tornado

Tornado

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