Tornado Alley takes up much of the Great Plains in the central U.S.
Yes. Tornado Alley is in the south of the U.S.A.
The common phrase is 'tornado alley'.
Tornado Alley is on the Great Plains, stretching from Texas to Iowa.
Tornadoes can happen anywhere in the US. But there is a Tornado Alley. Tornadoes are more common to happen in Tornado Alley.
tornado alley, okalahoma etc in that area
The region of the U.S. most prone to tornadoes is called "Tornado Alley."
They form mostly in Tornado Alley, near the Midwest region of the US. Tornado Alley is in part of these states: not much in MN, NM and ND, there is a lot in SD, NE, KS, CO, OK, and TX. Look for a map of it and it will show you the area of Tornado Alley.
tornado alley is where most tornadoes are located.
The place with the most tornado sirens would have to be tornado alley
Yes. Tornado Alley is a region in the US with very high tornado activity. It takes up a large portion of the Great Plains.
The area that gets the most tornadoes in the U.S. (or in the world for that matter) is called Tornado Alley.
The most tornado-prone area in the U.S. is Tornado Alley, which extends from northern Texas to Iowa. The worst portion of it covers parts of Oklahoma and Kansas.
Tornadoes happen mainly in Tornado Alley in the US. But tornadoes can happen anywhere. It is just more likely in Tornado Alley.
The term used for the region of the US where tornadoes frequently form is "Tornado Alley."
nope! its somewhere in the middle of the US.
there are alot of tornadoes
Mostly parts of tornado alley. the states, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colorado, and New mexico
There is no Tornado County in the US. Perhaps you meant Tornado Alley, an area of high tornado activity in the US. It is located in the Midwest, across the states of Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Tornado Alley has high tornado activity as this is where the cool, dry air of the Rockies meet with the warm, dry air of the Southwest deserts, and the warm, moist air of the Gulf of Mexico, generating violent thunderstorms.
The area of the US where tornadoes occur most often is located in the central part of the country in an area called "Tornado Alley." This area includes Kansas, Arkansas, and Nebraska.
Tornadoes most occur in the part of the central US that is called Tornado Alley. There is 15 states in Tornado Alley, some only partly included.