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Interesting Tornado Facts | Tornado Facts - Tornado-Facts.com


Interesting Tornado Facts. A fast moving tornado. Each year, about a thousand tornadoes touch down in the United States, far more than any other country.

Fun Tornado Facts for Kids - Interesting Information about Twisters


A tornado is a rapidly spinning tube of air that touches both the ground and a cloud above. Tornadoes are sometimes called twisters. Not all tornadoes are ...

11 Facts About Tornadoes | DoSomething.org | Volunteer for Social ...


Twisters strike predominantly along Tornado Alley – a flat stretch of land from west Texas to North Dakota.

Tornado Fun Facts - Cooling Things About Tornadoes


Read some fun and interesting facts about tornadoes. Our tornado fun facts will keep you entertained and increase your tornado knowledge.

National Geographic Kids | Tornado Facts


Tornado Facts! It's time to take shelter, gang - because here at National Geographic Kids, we're about to learn all about one of nature's most powerful and  ...

Interesting Facts on Tornadoes | The Fact Site


Jun 10, 2016 ... Tornadoes or Twisters are the fastest winds on Earth and can whirl up to 300 miles per hour. Read on for more interesting facts on Tornadoes.

15 Facts About Tornadoes | Science | Smithsonian


Apr 28, 2011 ... 15 Facts About Tornadoes. Decades of research have made these storms more predictable, giving people more time to find shelter, but we're ...

Amazing Tornado Facts | Tornado Pictures - Live Science


Apr 11, 2013 ... Tornadoes are the most violent type of weather that Mother Nature dishes out. Find out which twisters have been the biggest, deadliest and ...

12 Twisted Tornado Facts - Live Science


Jun 18, 2009 ... Twelve facts about when, where and how tornadoes form, as well as how to prepare for them.

Tornadoes Fast Facts - CNN.com


May 20, 2013 ... View the Tornadoes Fast Facts on CNN and learn more information about the funnel-shaped clouds that form under thunderclouds and contain ...

A tornado is a violently rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the ground. Tornadoes in the US occur most frequently in spring and summer.
The strongest tornadoes have rotating winds of more than 250 mph. Damage can include roof removal or complete destruction of buildings, uprooted trees, and can be life-threatening as a result.
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A site for interesting tornado facts that you didn't know about with tornado pictures and information.

30 Facts About Tornadoes - Conserve Energy Future


Tornado facts: A tornado is a strong, turbulent column of fast moving air, keeping in contact with the earth's surface. It is thus like a vertically formed cloud ...

Tornado Facts for Kids and Students


Tornado facts for kids, students and young adults. Great resource for children and students looking to learn more about tornadoes.