Tornadoes are often called twisters. Some people call them cyclones, though this is not a correct name as it already applies to something else.
Thin tornadoes are often called rope tornadoes.
The stretch of land hit by a tornado is referred to as its damage path. If you are referring to a particular region where all the world's tornadoes occur, there is none as tornadoes can happen almost anywhere. However the place that get s more tornadoes than anywhere else is called Tornado Alley.
Tornadoes in the United States are simply called tornadoes. In informal contexts they are sometimes called twisters.
The continental United States can and does have tornadoes. It has more tornadoes than anywhere else.
Tornadoes in the U.S. are called tornadoes.
Tornadoes are sometimes called twisters, but tornado is the preferred scientific term.
The United States has the most tornadoes than anyone else in the world.
Tornadoes are called twisters because they spin around.
Yes, South Dakota is part of a region called Tornado alley, which gets more tornadoes than anywhere else in the world. Even outside Tornado Alley tornadoes have been recorded in all 50 states.
While they happen everywhere else, tornadoes are not known to form in Antarctica.
Tornadoes or hurricanes, surprisingly
Tornadoes happen in Miami for the same reason they happen anywhere else. See the related question for how tornadoes form in general.
Tornadoes are formally called tornadoes.
Yes. The interior plains of the U.S. get more tornadoes than anywhere else in the world.
Smaller tornadoes near a larger tornadoes are often called satellite tornadoes. Smaller vortices within a tornado are called subvorticies or suction vorticies.
No, tornadoes are called twisters. Hurricanes and tornadoes are two very different things.
When two tornadoes merge, it is just called merging; there is no special term.
Cyclones aren't (they can be called hurricanes), but tornadoes and twisters are the same things.
Tornadoes are often called twisters.
Tornadoes on water are called waterspouts.
Enormous vortices have been observed on the sun that resemble tornadoes. They have been called "solar tornadoes" but they are not tornadoes by the meteorological definition.
Any tornado can be called a twister, not just some. Tornadoes are called twisters because they spin.
No. Tornadoes can occur almost anywhere. Tornado Alley just gets more tornadoes than anywhere else.
Yes, more tornadoes happen on the Great Plains of the United States than anywhere else in the world.