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Where is it likely to form a tornado?

The most likely place in the whole world is a place called the Tornado Alley. It is located down the middle of the United Sates, and the states that are included in the Tornado Alley are Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and such.How does a tornado form ?.1 Wind shearWind at different speed and directions with changing altitude make something called wind shear, which can start thunderstorms spinning.2. SpinningIt will eventually spin faster and the higher speed will be the bottom of it ..3 TornadogenesisA downdraft triggered by this intensification of the bottom of the rotation tightens the circulation and extends it toward the ground, forming a tornado.


How long does it take for a tornado to change from a cloud to a tornado?

2-5 minutes


Can there be 2 tornadoes at the same time and at the same place?

Yes. There are a few ways this can form. Large, intense tornadoes sometimws spawn weaker satellite tornadoes that orbit the main tornado. A supercell, the kind of thunderstorm most likely to produce a tornado, will sometimes produce several tornadoes in succession in what is called a tornado family. In some cases a new member of a tornado family may touch down before the previous one has dissipated. Landspouts are weak tornadoes that form without the larger rotation of a mesocyclone. Sometimes a storm can produce more than one at a time. In one case six landspouts were on the ground near Lazbuddie, Texas at the same time. Another phenomenon worth noting is something called a multiple vortex or tornado. A multiple vortex tornado contains smaller, short-lived vortices within the main circulation of the tornado itself. Tornadoes have been documented to have anywhere from one to six of these smaller vortices at a time. Under the right conditions these vortices can be visible as multiple funnels, but are usually hidden within the main funnel. Many of the most destructive tornadoes have multiple vortices. Even if multiple visible funnels, it is still considered one tornado.


Does the tornado travel a path that is less than a mile wide?

The path of a tornado is usually less than a mile wide, with most tornadoes ranging from 50 to 100 yards wide. However, some very large tornadoes are over a mile wide, and a handful of tornadoes have had paths over 2 miles wide.


How wide can the damage path of a tornado be?

The path width of a tornado can vary greatly. Most tornadoes are a few dozen to a few hundred yards wide. However some tornadoes are just a few feet wide. Some tornadoes have damage paths over a mile, and in rare cases, over 2 miles wide.

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What 2 requirements need to be met in order for a tornado to get named?

A Tornado to happen and then it is named after the person that reports it first :-)


What would happen if 2 tornadoes came together?

If two tornadoes came together they would merge to form a single, larger tornado. Such instances are rare, but they have happened. In most tornado mergers a large tornado absorbs a small one.


What are the release dates for It Could Happen Tomorrow - 2006 St- Louis Tornado 2-3?

It Could Happen Tomorrow - 2006 St- Louis Tornado 2-3 was released on: USA: 21 January 2007


Do worms become 2 if cut?

Not all worms. Earthworms are an excellent example of when this does happen, but most worms will most likely die.


What are 2 most important factors for a hurricane thunderstorm or tornado to happen?

For a hurricane: warm sea surface temperatures and little to no wind shear For a thunderstorm: convective instability and a lifting mechanism to start convection For a tornado: strong thunderstorms and strong winds shear.


Is there going to be a tornado jockey 2?

most likely not because tornado jockey, although fun and awesome, was not one of its company's money makers. It is also pretty much endless which would eliminate the reason for a sequel so basically they could just do something like a Hurricane Jockey which would be a branch off of Tornado Jockey.


What will most likely happen if there is a change in the first three subunits on the upper strand of a molecule?

A Portion of Molecule 2 may be different


What happen when 2 F5 tornadoes collide?

When two tornadoes meet, regardless of intensity, they will merge to form one tornado.


Is it very likely that a tornado will occur in Indiana in the month of February?

1) Indiana lies in a tornado-prone region. + 2) Weather is unpredictable. + 3) Tornadoes can occur in ALL 12 months of the year. = YES, it is QUITE likely that one or more tornadoes will visit Indiana in February of ANY given year. Tornadoes do occur in Indiana in February, though they are rather rare at that time of year, and it is inevitable that it will happen again.


Where is it likely to form a tornado?

The most likely place in the whole world is a place called the Tornado Alley. It is located down the middle of the United Sates, and the states that are included in the Tornado Alley are Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and such.How does a tornado form ?.1 Wind shearWind at different speed and directions with changing altitude make something called wind shear, which can start thunderstorms spinning.2. SpinningIt will eventually spin faster and the higher speed will be the bottom of it ..3 TornadogenesisA downdraft triggered by this intensification of the bottom of the rotation tightens the circulation and extends it toward the ground, forming a tornado.


When and where was the most deadly tornado in 2007?

The deadliest tornado of 2007 was an EF3 that struck Deland, Florida (southwest of Deltona Beach) on February 2, killing 13.


Was there a tornado in Florida?

Yes. Tornadoes are actually fairly common in Florida. As of March 2, 2012 the most recent tornado to be confirmed in Florida was on January 27.