Current, scientists believe most tornadoes form by the following, rather complicated process:
First, a condition called wind shear, in which the speed or direction of the wind changes with altitude. If the shear is strong enough it can essentially tilt a thunderstorm, this separates the updraft and downdraft of the thunderstorm, preventing them from interfering with one another. This allows the storm to become stronger and last longer.
Additionally, if the wind shear is strong enough it can start the air rolling in what is called horizontal vorticity. This horizontal vorticity can then be turned vertical by a thunderstorm's updraft. When this happens, the thunderstorm may start rotating. The rotation is especially strong in an updraft called a mesocyclone. If the storm intensifies rapidly enough, a relatively warm downdraft called a rear-flank downdraft or RFD can wrap around the bottom part of the mesocyclone. This can then tighten and intensify its rotation and bring it down to the ground to produce a tornado.
It is entirely possible for a tornado to hit Clearwater. Tornadoes are not uncommon in Florida.
Northern and western Texas, mostly. However, tornadoes are possible anywhere in the state.
Earthquakes are possible in Chicago, but it is unlikely that any would be strong enough to cause damage. Tornadoes, though are quite possible in Chicago and have hit the city before.
it is possible because tornadoes only happen when cold air touches hot ait
There are many harmful effects on tornadoes but a couple of examples are destruction of homes, land, and necessities that apply to people. The causes of these natural disasters are the high wind speeds and the location where it strikes.
It causes tornadoes
No. Tornadoes are possible just about everywhere there are thunderstorms.
Tornadoes are likely possible in Rio, but rare.
Ultimately, the two primary causes of tornadoes are convective instability, which leads to thunderstorms, and wind shear, which gives those storms the rotation they need to produce tornadoes.
Tornadoes come in all seasons but are most common in spring and summer.
Humans do not cause tornadoes. While climate change may affect tornadoes, it is still uncertain how exactly this will play out.
Tornadoes do occur in the UK, so it is entirely possible for them to occr in Basingstoke.
It is possible, tornadoes have touched down near Kimberly before.
Tornadoes in the United States are simply called tornadoes. In informal contexts they are sometimes called twisters.
Yes. It's possible
Hook echoes in a radar image are a sign of possible tornadoes.
Tornadoes can happen in any season.