Tornadoes can have winds over 300 mph. Tornadoes this strong are extremely rare though.
The winds in tornadoes are extremely fast. The winds can push against and tear away at objects. Winds in tornadoes often carry flying debris that causes damage on impact.
Tornadoes cause damage through their extremely fast winds and through debris carried by those winds.
As with most areas, the majority of tornadoes in California are weak, with winds under 110 mph. However tornadoes as strong as F3 have been recorded, suggesting winds in excess of 135 mph.
Winds range from 65 mph to over 300 mph. Winds over 200 mph are very rare. Most tornadoes have winds within the range of 65-85 mph.
Winds in tornadoes are extremely fast. Strong tornadoes can produce winds in excess of 120 mph, which can cause major damage to most structures and produce flying debris that can cause damage on impact.The very strongest of tornadoes produce winds in excess of 200 or even 300 mph. Man-made structures cannot withstand such winds.Winds in tornadoes are extremely fast. Strong tornadoes can produce winds in excess of 120 mph, which can cause major damage to most structures and produce flying debris that can cause damage on impact.The very strongest of tornadoes produce winds in excess of 200 or even 300 mph. Man-made structures cannot withstand such winds.
If you mean to ask how fast the winds spin in a tornado, it varies. The Enhanced Fujita scale starts winds for an EF0 tornado at 65 mph. In rare instances extremely violent tornadoes may produce winds to over 300 mph.
Most tornadoes have winds in the range of about 65-85 mph. The most damaging tornadoes usually have winds over 165 mph. On rare occasions winds can exceed 300 mph.
Both hurricanes and tornadoes produces very fast winds. As to which one has faster winds, it varies. Some tornadoes have faster winds than others and a tornado will vary in intensity during its existence. The same is true of hurricanes. In most cases the wind speeds in a tornado and in a hurricane will fall into the same range. In the most extremely cases, though, the strongest tornadoes produce faster winds than the strongest hurricanes.
Although a tornado can have 74 mph winds there are many things that can have 74 mph winds and fast that are not tornadoes. winds that are at least 74 mph are considered hurricane force though they can occur outside of hurricanes as well.
Well that fast of wind is asspose to be lightning for one to be really a laska.
Winds vary widely in tornadoes. The minimum estimated winds for an EF0 tornado are 65 mph while the upper limit for tornado strength is believed to be just over 300 mph. The majority of tornadoes have winds of 110 mph or less (EF0 and EF1). The tornadoes that cause the most damage have estimated winds over 135 mph (EF3-EF5).
The winds in tornadoes are fast, but tornadoes themselves do not necessarily move fast. Some tornadoes do move very fast. A few have traveled at over 70 mph. Meanwhile, others have crawled along at less than 10 mph, with some not moving at all. A typical tornado moves at 30 to 35 mph.
No, tornadoes can produce winds faster than in any hurricane. There is actually a substantial amount of overlap between hurricane and tornado winds. Winds for an EF0 tornado start at 65 mph and winds in the strongest tornadoes have been recorded at 302 mph. Hurricane force winds start at 74 mph. Hurricanes have had sustained winds as fast as 190 mph with gusts recorded up to 253 mph.
Tornadoes have very fast moving winds. These winds can damage or destroy buildings, and lift vehicles and people off the ground. Objects picked up by tornadoes can become deadly projectiles.
Winds in a tornado can be anywhere from about 65 mph to over 300mph. Most tornadoes have winds under 85 mph.
When thunderstorms occur with strong, intense winds. tornadoes form when those winds start to rotate tornadoes form
Yes. The energy of a tornado takes the form of extremely fast wind. The strongest of tornadoes produce the fastest winds on earth.
Small tornadoes are not necessarily weak, although they are usually weaker than large ones. Some small tornadoes have been rated F4 and F5. So although most small tornadoes have winds of less than 110 mph, some can still have winds in excess of 200 mph.
The winds in a tornado can vary greatly and be any where between 65 and 300+ MPH. The majority of tornadoes have winds of 110 mph or less while the most damaging have estimated winds over 135 mph.
The winds in hurricanes and tornadoes have the same rotation but a hurricane has weaker winds than the strongest of tornadoes. Tornado's winds range from 65 to about 300 mph A hurricane's winds range from 74 to about 200 mph. The tornado is the most violent storm on Earth.
Tornadoes vary widely intensity. Winds can range from 65 mph to over 300 mph Most tornadoes are weak, with winds of 65 to 85 mph. The greatest amount of damage is caused by the strongest 5% of tornadoes, with winds over 135 mph. Fewer than .1% of tornadoes have winds over 200 mph.
The fastest Tornado to have its recorded had winds of 301 mph, though others may have had higher winds, but not had them measured as such measurements are rare. Tornadoes typically have winds between 40 mph and 110 mph. In terms of traveling speed most tornadoes travel at 30 to 40 mph. Though some tornadoes are stationary and one was clocked at 73 mph.
Heavy winds like hurricanes, tornadoes, and tropical winds
yes water spouts are whirl winds and yes they are water tornadoes