What Do Tornado Clouds Look like?

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Tornado clouds are dark and funnel shaped. Tornadoes are made up of rotating winds that can reach up to 300 miles per hour at its strongest. Tornadoes this strong are called F5 tornadoes.
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Tornado clouds can vary in size and color. Sometimes they start off ass very thick black wall clouds. Follwed by a black funnel or wedge. Othertimes they can start off as eerie green
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Tornados come from wall clouds...Some wall clouds have something that resembles an "eye". Attached to several wall clouds, especially in moist environments, is a tail cloud
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The first stage of cloud formation leading to a tornado is the cumulus cloud. Cumulus clouds are the puffy, white clouds that appear often even in calm weather. They occur when warm
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Most of the time a cloud that's coming your way
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