Tornado intensity can be measured by in situ or remote sensing measurements,
but since these ... An EF0 tornado will probably damage trees but not substantial
structures, whereas an EF5 tornado can ...
A mile-wide tornado with 200-mph winds can level an entire town, whereas a
small tornado with 80-mph winds in an unpopulated area may cause no damage
According to infoplease, tornadoes can cause very minimal damage, such as
ripping siding off of homes, to catastrophic damage, which can literally lift homes
An EF 1 tornado has wind speeds ranging from 86 to 110 mph. These winds can
tear up mobile homes and rooftops and cause exterior damage to houses.
What type of damage can tornadoes do? ... Wind speeds that high can cause
automobiles to become airborne, rip ordinary homes to shreds, and turn broken ...
Tornadoes can produce the strongest winds on earth, close to 300 miles per hour
... wide, their destructive path can cause damage a mile wide for over 50 miles.
Damage paths can be in excess of one mile wide to 50 miles long. ... recognized
as tornadoes, they can cause comparable, and in some cases, worse damage ...
Although tornadoes can happen at any time of year, they are especially common
... The Fujita scale classifies tornadoes according to the damage they cause.
So, if you hear a report of an F-3 tornado heading your way, you can be assured
that it will cause serious damage to the structures in its path, whereas an F-0 ...
Tornadoes can cause water contamination, which poses a serious problem, ...
Fires may occur after a tornado due to damaged power lines and gas leaks.