A typical tornado has winds of 110 mph (180 km/h) or less, ... Any tornado that is
confirmed but causes no damage (i.e. remains ...
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.
Some examples of the damage tornadoes can cause include leveling homes,
flipping mobile homes upside down, toppling large trees, picking up cars and ...
Damaging winds are often called “straight-line” winds to differentiate the damage
they cause from tornado damage. Strong thunderstorm winds can come from a ...
Damage Caused by a Tornado. Tornadoes are exceedingly violent and
dangerous funnel clouds that have rotation and high wind speeds that come in
Jun 22, 2016 ... A tornado in the town of Pontiac caused heavy damage and widespread power
outages Wednesday night.
May 9, 2016 ... ELMORE CITY, Okla. – Several residents in southern Oklahoma suffered
property damage when severe storms moved through the area on ...
A tornado is a violent rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the
... sometimes move inland, becoming tornadoes causing damage and injuries.
Specifically, students investigate the Enhanced Fujita Damage Scale of tornado
intensity, and use it to complete a mock engineering analysis of damage caused
Top 5 states with highest incidence of tornadoes: Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas,
Florida ... The Fujita scale classifies tornadoes according to the damage they