What Is the Difference between a Twister and a Tornado?

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There is no difference between a twister and a tornado. The term twister is slang for a tornado, so they are the same thing, and can both be very destructive.
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There is no difference between a twister and a tornado. Twister is just a slang term for tornado. Tornado is the term most often used by meteorologists.
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