Tornadoes are severe wind storms and do not speak, let alone call out a name.
there are two other names for tornadoes a "twister" and a "cyclone". Note, however that it is technically incorrect to call a tornado a cyclone.
cyclones twisters and another name is cyclone
Another name for a tornado is 'Funnel Cloud'. The reason why is because tornadoes are shaped like a funnel. Tornadoes are also partly cloud. If you put the two words together, it makes 'Funnel Cloud'.
Tornadoes are often called twisters or funnels. Some people call tornadoes cyclones, but this is incorrect terminology as a cyclone is technically a much larger type of weather event than a tornado.
Tornadoes in the U.S. are called tornadoes.
Some people call tornadoes "twisters" but storm chasers rarely, if ever, use that term. Different descriptive terms may be used depending on the tornado's appearance.
Tornadoes are often called twisters. Some will also call them cyclone, though this is not quite correct, as the term cyclone refers to something different.
"Tornadoes" or "Twisters".
Waterspouts are sometimes called "water tornadoes."
Tornadoes are often called twisters. Some people call them cyclones, though this is not a correct name as it already applies to something else.
Tornadoes are formally called tornadoes.
Tornado, which is the preferred scientific term Some people call tornadoes cyclones, though this is technically incorrect, as a cyclone is a different type of storm. A tornado on water is called a waterspout.
No. Hurricanes are named but not tornadoes.
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You can call them 'forward'
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Hurricanes are called typhoons when they occur in the western Pacific. The generic term of a hurricane is tropical cyclone. Tornadoes can also be called twisters. Some people also (incorrectly) call them cyclones.
Tornadoes do not form other tornadoes, they form on there own from specific weather conditions that have the proper tendencies to produce one or more tornadoes.
Tornadoes on water are called waterspouts.
in the navy we call them a padre
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Tornadoes are sometimes (incorrectly) called cyclones. When they occur over water they are called waterspouts.
There is no other name for it. I asked them and that what you only call it.