Clouds form when water vapor condenses in the air. This releases heat, which increases the updraft temperature and the kinetic energy of air movement. In supercell thunderstorms, updrafts are strong and may create a vortex of air that may form a tornado.
Most scientists consider this to be a simplified and incomplete explanation. The finer details of tornado formation and dissipation are still unknown.
A description of the special conditions that can cause a thunderstorm to become
Apr 19, 2016 ... Tornadoes are violent storms that kill 80 people each year. Here are some facts
about how they form and how to stay safe.
Jun 6, 2010 ... A tornado is a rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the ground.
Tornadoes are capable of 250 MPH wind speeds, cutting a ...
According to the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration,
tornadoes form when warm air creates a rotating updraft in a powerful
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A tornado is a violent rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the
... Waterspouts can sometimes move inland, becoming tornadoes causing ...
How is tornado strength rated? The most common and practical way to determine
the strength of a tornado is to look at the damage it caused. From the damage ...
Types and Causes of Tornadoes: A tornado is a strong, turbulent column of air,
moving fast and keeping in contact with the earth's surface and a vertically ...
A tornado is rapidly spinning air that develops from a thunderstorms and is ... This
rising air is what causes all the rain and hail to form from the water in the air.