FC: Tornadoes | by Nathan H and Dakota
1: page1 How Tornadoes are Formed page 2 Tornado Safety page 3 Tornado Devastation page 4 Tornado Damage page5 The F Scale page 6 Fire Tornadoes page7 Tornado History | TABLE OF CONTENTS
2: How are Tornadoes Formed? | Tornadoes start out as air, rolling like logs, then the super cells start to roll and comes down to start destruction. Then, poof! Every building is gone.
4: You need to keep on the west wall of a basement. If the room has windows, get in to a bath tub and put a mattress over you or get into a closet. | Tornado Safety
5: Tornado devastation can be bad. Tornadoes can kill hundreds of people and leave people homeless and injured. The Joplin, Missouri tornado caused more than $500,000 dollars in damage. | Tornado Devastation
6: Tornado Damage | Tornado damage is so bad that garbage ,like wood and windows, can cause devastation.
8: The F Scale | F1 tornadoes can be non destructive. An f2 can cause light to moderate damage. An f3 can cause moderate to heavy damage. An f4 and f5 can pick up a house and throw it the length of a football field.
10: Fire tornadoes are far more deadly than you think. They can set a whole city on fire and leave nothing behind but fire. | Fire Tornadoes
11: Tornadoes can happen all around the world, but most tornadoes are found in the Tornado Alley, in the midwest of the United States. The worst tornado in the US was the Tri-State tornado in 1925. It killed 689 people, passing through Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. It stayed on the ground for over three hours! | Tornado history