What causes tornadoes to dissipate is not fully understood, but it is believed that cold thunderstorm outflow undercuts the parent circulation (mesocyclone) that drives the tornado, cutting of the warm air that drives the thunderstorm, causing it to weaken to the point that it can no longer sustain a tornado.
Nowhere. After a tornado dissipates it no longer exists.
The present tense of disappear is:I/You/We/They disappear.He/She/It disappears.
Tornadoes are sometimes divided into "weak" tornadoes "strong" and "violent" tornadoes. Weak tornadoes are those rated EF0 and EF1. Most tornadoes are weak. Strong tornadoes are those rated EF2 and EF3. Violent tornadoes are those rated EF4 and EF5. They are the rarest of tornadoes, only about 1% of tornadoes are this strong.
Tornadoes in the U.S. are called tornadoes.
I watched him disappear through the solid wall.My wallet can't just disappear into thin air.The magician made his assistant disappear.
It depends on what you mean by extreme. Tornadoes of EF4 and EF5 tornadoes, however are often referred to as violent tornadoes. These account for about 1% of all tornadoes.
Tornadoes don't get named, Hurricanes do, but Tornadoes don't.
Thin tornadoes are often called rope tornadoes.
Most tornadoes are supercell tornadoes.
"to disappear" is "disparaître"
it never did disappear
Continents don't disappear.
Yes. Disappear is a verb.
Things don't just disappear into thin air.He watched the train disappear over the hill.
No. Tornadoes are violent.
No, it doesn't get tornadoes.
No. Tornadoes are dangerous.
Antarctica does not get tornadoes.
Yes, some strong tornadoes create brief satellite tornadoes that circle the main funnel.
Where did my money go? Did it disappear into thin air?
As is typical the greatest number of tornadoes in 200 hit the Great Plains with a large number also occurring in Florida. The top 5 states for tornadoes that year were.Texas with 147 tornadoes.Florida with 77 tornadoes.Colorado with 60 tornadoes.Nebraska, also with 60 tornadoes.Kansas with 59 tornadoes.
No, tornadoes are caused by thunderstorms. Tornadoes and earthquakes are completely unrelated.
There is nothing to be "done" about tornadoes. Tornadoes are a natural weather event.