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What would happen if a hurricane was combined with a tornado and happening at the same exact time?

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alot of chaos

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If a hurricane and Tornado were to happen together, then more damage would be experienced. This is because of the force effect experienced. They can mostly happen together if there is land falling hurricanes.

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it is impossible because the air would not create the drafts of air needed to make a tornado when the is a huge storm(hurricane) around

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Hurricanes always "breed" tornadoes during landfall

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Actually, hurricanes often spawn tornadoes. It just means more wind and more damage. A hurricane is a giant spiraling of wind, but in any given local area where one is passing over it's experienced as high-speed straight-line winds that slowly change direction as the storm moves past over many hours. A tornado can spin off as a sort of eddy in that spiral (like eddies in a flowing stream -- the atmosphere behaves much as a fluid) and it would be experienced locally as... a tornado. I would think that the thing would move quicker across the landscape and be more predictable in its own movement based on the direction the hurricane winds are blowing...

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