F6 Tornado?


According to the Fujita Scale of Tornado Intensity, an F6 tornado would have a wind speed of at least 319 miles per hour. It is generally believed that there has never been an F6 tornado recorded.
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F6 is a theoretical rating on the Fujita scale. For just about all intents and purposes the Fujita scale, which rates tornadoes based on the severity of the damage they do, runs from
F6 Inconceivable With winds above 318 mph 509 kph F6 tornadoes are considered
Category 6: Day of Destruction (2004) was a 2-part mini-series on CBS that featured the mythical F6 Tornado, more info at: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0428144/. And of course Twister
There isn't an F6 category for a tornado. The current scale is the Enhanced Fujita scale which goes from EF0 to EF5. A basement needs to be sturdy and have thick walls in order to
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An F6 is often described as an inconceivable tornato. It reaches 319-379 miles per hour. It is important to note that this is based on rate of speed and not size. You can have large weak tornadoes and small strong tornadoes.
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No, there has never been an F6 tornado. The highest category is level F5. This is because once a tornado hits F5 there is total destruction leaving no room for ...
The strength or force of a tornado is measured on the Fujita-Pearson Tornado Scale. According to the National Weather Service, F6 is the highest category of tornado ...
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