What causes tornadoes to form?

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Tornadoes occur when there is a northerly flow of tropical air from the Gulf of Mexico. Also if there are winds at a high speed which derive from Canada or the Rocky Mountains. Tornadoes occur if jet stream winds are blowing east at high speeds.
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