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BC: The End

FC: Tornado | By:Christina Tuckey

1: Safety Precautions | During tornadoes do not drive. | Go to the lowest point in your home. | Have a hard object,like a book, to cover your head/neck.

2: Can tornadoes be predicted? | They can be but the results are lower the 10% accurate.

3: Tornadoes are formed mainly formed in plains,Pennsylvania, North and South Carolina. | Rising air within the thunderstorm updraft an area of rotation, 2-6 miles wide. | How are they formed?

4: Interesting Facts | Tornadoes Can happen at any time of the year. | In May of 2003 there was the most recorded tornadoes in a month. | Tornadoes and hurricanes can create the same amount of damage.

5: Famous Tornadoes | A famous tornado would be the 2011 Oklahoma Tornado. | This tornado left at least 8 people dead. | The wind speed got up to 515 MPH.

6: Damage from a Tornado | Picture taken from http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/05/25/oklahoma-tornado-leaves-at-least-eight-dead/ | Tornado speeds can get up to 200-300 mph winds. | Light damage would be branches off of trees. | Moderate damage would be tops of roads taken off. | Severe damage would be tops of houses tore off.

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  • By: Christina T.
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  • Title: Violent Storm Project
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  • Published: about 4 years ago

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