Yes, there was at least one tornado in Miami, Florida in 1997.
It was rated F1.
Yes. Miami was hit by an F1 tornado in 1997.
Ft. Lauderdale has been hit by a number of tornadoes, including an F3 in 1965.
Yes,May 12, 1997
Yes. In one case in 1997 a tornado, rated F1, moved right through Miami, damaging buildings and trees and providing some amazing video.
There is no way of knowing when the next tornado will be.
This actually did happen at least once. On May 12, 1997 Miami, Florida was hit by an F1 tornado. There was moderate damage to trees and buildings. Fortunately strong tornadoes are rare in Florida.
THAT Depends on where the Storm that produced that Tornado is going
Miami has had tornadoes before, so it is pretty much inevitable that the city will be hit again. However, there is no way of knowing when the next one will strike.
Usually a tornado come after rain, as most tornadoes are located in the rear portion of a supercell.
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A tornado usually emerges from a wall cloud, which is at the base of a cumulonimbus cloud.
They come mostly at tornado alley
Tornadoes do not have names, hurricanes do. Tornadoes are often referred to by the places they hit. Some notable ones include the Miami tornado of 1997, the Kissimmee tornado of 1998, and the Groundhog Day tornadoes of 2007.
Tornado would come first. If any term's beginning letters are the same as the whole spelling of another term, the shorter term will come first.