What are the names of all of the tornadoes?

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A tornado does not receive names like hurricanes do. Instead, all tornadoes are measured by their strength on a scale called the Fujita scale (F-scale). The Fujita scale ranges from F-0 to F-5. Tornadoes classified as F-5 are rare and devastating. Most of the tornadoes that occur in the United States are between F-2 and F-4. Tornadoes are predominant in the Midwestern section of the United States, in Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas, South Dakota, and Nebraska. This region is known as tornado alley.
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