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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.

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