F0, F1, F2, F3, F4, F5. The Fujita scale (F-Scale), or Fujita–Pearson scale (FPP
scale), is a scale for rating tornado ... Though each damage level is associated
with a wind speed, the Fujita ...
F1, 73-112, Moderate damage. ... F2, 113-157, Considerable damage. ... F3, 158-
206, Severe damage. ... F4, 207-260, Devastating damage. ... F5, 261-318,
Incredible damage. ... analysis of tornado damage in any event, the actual wind
speeds needed to cause ... The Enhanced F-scale will be implemented February
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Only a small percentage of tornadoes can be correctly classed as violent. ... weak
tornadoes may occur each year and go completely undocumented. ... Fujita
Scale may not be perfect systems for linking damage to wind speed, but they
have a ... with the mess produced by F4 and F5 wind that would surround the F6
For example, the Tri-State Tornado was an F5 tornado, which was one of the
most ... Wind speeds between 40 to 72 mph (64 to 116 km/h); Light damage;
Broken ... F1 Tornado ... F2 Tornado ... F3 Tornado ... F4 Tornado ... Most
structures severely damaged or completely destroyed, vehicles can become
Wind speeds in tornadoes range from values below that of hurricane speeds to
more ... scale to classify U.S. tornadoes into six intensity categories, named F0-F5
. ... F1 on the F Scale is equal to B12 (73 mph) on the Beaufort scale, which is ...
air in excess of 300 ft (100 m); trees debarked; incredible phenomena will occur.
The tornado scale devised by Dr. Ted Fujita was used to categorize ... F1 - F1
tornadoes are moderate. ... They can overturn mobile homes and push cars off
the road. F2 - F2 tornadoes are significant with wind speeds between 113 mph
and ... F3 - F3 tornadoes are severe with wind speeds between 158 mph and 206
Average Tornado Injuries per year: 60. Deadliest Tornado: February 22, 1998, a
tornado in Kissimmee killed 25 people. F5. F4. F0/F1. F2. F3. Tornado Facts.
Q: What are the numbers, such as F2 or F5, that are often used to describe
tornadoes? A: The numbers are ratings of tornado wind speed. ... Q: Can
tornadoes go over hills or even mountains? A: Hills or mountains do .... Do they
occur only in F4 - F5 tornadoes? Or maybe ... Multiple vortices are very rare in F1-
The meteorologist created the scale in 1971 based on the wind speed and type
of damage caused by a tornado. There were six levels on the original scale.