Tornadoes don't have names, hurricane do, though they are often referred to by the places they hit. Even then there are so many tornadoes that it would be impossible to list them. There have been tens of thousands of tornadoes.
not tornadoes do not have names they only get named by the place where they touch down
Tornadoes do not get names as hurricanes do.
Unlike hurricanes, tornadoes do not have names.
First of all , tornadoes are not given official names, though some have informal names for where they hit. It would be impossible to list all of them because there have been tens of thousands of confirmed tornadoes in the United States just in the past few decades.
Tornadoes are not given names.
Tornadoes do not have names. Australia has had many tornadoes, too many to list here.
tornadoes dont get named like hurricanes they only get named by the place where they touch down
No. Tornadoes are not given names. They are simply referred to by where or when they hit.
Since most volcanoes are mountains, they usually do have names. Tornadoes do not have names.
Tornadoes don't get named, Hurricanes do, but Tornadoes don't.
Tornadoes are not named and TN has been hit by many hundreds of tornadoes, most of them weak with little information about them available..
No, tornadoes are far to numerous and short lived to be given names.
2 things:Tornadoes are not given names as hurricanes are, though they are somtimes listed by where they hit.In the past 10 years the U.S. has recorded 13,423 tornadoes. It would be impossible to list them here.
Tornadoes are not named. Tornadoes are too short-lived for a name to be useful, and there are simply too many of them for any naming system to work.
First, tornadoes are not given names. second, there have been thousands of tornadoes in the past ten years. It would be impossible to list them.
The National Hurricane Center names hurricanes. Tornadoes aren't given formal names, but are generally referred to based on where they hit by the public.
Tornadoes are not named, and hundreds of tornadoes affect the United States every year. It would be impossible to list them all.
No. Tornadoes do not have names.
No. All hurricanes and other tropical cyclones above tropical depression strength get named, however extratropical cyclones are not named. Tornadoes never get names.
Tornadoes are not given names. Hurricanes and tropical storms are given names to help keep track of them and to remember significant storms. Names are assigned from a predetermined alphabetical list.
First, tornadoes are not given official names, but are sometimes given informal names for where they occur. Second, there have been many thousands of tornadoes, and it would be impossible to list them all under any sort of logical naming system. The link below, however is to a database that has information on the more than 50,000 tornadoes that have occurred in the U.S. in the years 1950-2009. Tornadoes can be found based on date, location, and Fujita scale rating.
There is no official way of naming tornadoes but most tornadoes are named for where they hit.
Tornadoes are often referred to as twisters and sometimes, incorrectly, as cyclones.
Tornadoes do not get names as hurricanes do. Instead they are usually referred to by the places they hit, such as the Joplin tornado, or the Wichita Falls tornado
Tornadoes don't have names, hurricanes do, and Iowa does not get hurricanes. Tornadoes are referred to by where they hit in most cases. For example, one of the worst tornadoes to hit Iowa in recent years was the Parkersburg tornado, which destroyed part of the town of Parkersburg.