What does a tornado look like?


A typical tornado such as 'the wedge tornado' is straight on the side with a wide damage path forming cycling cloud. It is usually wider than its height and not much stronger compared to other tornados.
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Each tornado has its own characteristics but most tornadoes will look like a big funnel turned upside down with the narrow spout pointed towards the ground. Some will also look fairly dark if they have picked up a lot of debris.
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