Tornado myths are incorrect beliefs about tornadoes, some of which are no
longer held. ... Other myths are that tornadoes can skip houses, always travel in a
.... move faster than some cars (record ...
Not all tornadoes are the same, of course, and science does not yet completely ...
How fast do tornadoes move? ... How long is a tornado usually on the ground?
The average tornado travels at 30 mph, although people have observed
tornadoes ... Tornadoes can touch down on the ground for a period as short as a
When the funnel cloud is half-way between the cloud base and the ground, ...
Most tornadoes travel from the southwest to northeast with an average speed of
30 ... During the spring and summer months southerly winds prevail across the
plains. .... local media offices insures that severe weather information is relayed
May 7, 2010 ... He asked, what is a tornado and how fast does the average tornado go? ... of air
that is in contact with the ground and a cumulonimbus cloud. ... 100 mph, are
about 250 feet across, and travel a few miles before fading away.
It can range from stationary to over 70 mph. The average is about 30 mph.The
fastest moving tornado ever recorded traveled at 73 mph.
When traveling by car...seek shelter under an overpass as a tornado approaches.
... If no building is available, lie flat on the ground and cover your head or stay in
your ... In fact...many cities across the United States have been hit directly within
recent ... Merely by looking at the tornado/s shape does not tell the whole story.
“Tornadoes cannot cross lakes, large rivers or wide bodies of water. ... Tornadoes
can travel up and down hillsides, and are just as violent and dangerous. ... Also, if
you see a funnel cloud that does not appear to be touching the ground, the ...
FAQs about Tornadoes and Violent Storms. ... How fast do Tornadoes move?
Where is ... A tornado is a rotating column of air that makes contact with the
Jun 18, 2009 ... Twelve facts about when, where and how tornadoes form, as well as how to ... up
— either by heating near the ground, or by an influx of cold air. ... That all
depends on how big the storm is and how fast its winds are whipping around. ...
and the tornado will take care of that for you if it does hit your house.