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BC: Questions I Still Have: | 1.) How is there so many tornadoes that can be created all at once? | 2.) Why do tornadoes create so much damage only in certain areas? | Courtesy Of: www.boston.com

FC: Tornadoes | By: Shayleigh | Courtesy Of: www.boston.com

1: Tornado Definition: | A dangerous column of air going between the earth and the clouds. | Safety PreCautions: | 1.) Do not drive during Tornado conditions. | 2.) Tornadoes can kill you if you're in a car, so stay out of cars. | Courtesy Of: www.boston.com

2: How Is A Tornado Formed? | Rising air within the thunderstorm up draft, an area of rotation that is 2 to 6 miles wide. | Where Are Tornadoes Most Likely To Form? | In the plains, Pennsylvania, the Carolina's, and Texas. | Courtesy Of: www.boston.com

3: What Type Of Damage Can Be Caused? | Wind damage, the intensity of the damage depends on how strong the storm is. Also, there is always a possibility of deaths. | Courtesy Of: www.boston.com

4: The 2011 tornado season has killed over 500 people in the U.S. And in Texas, there were the most deaths because of the location. | Information on A Tornado Season | Courtesy Of: www.boston.com

5: Interesting Facts | 1.) Tornadoes can occur anytime of the year. | 2.) May of 2003 had the most number of documented tornadoes in a month. | 3.) Tornadoes and hurricanes can create the same amount of damage when the winds are strong enough. | 4.) A single tornado can kill over 200 people. | Courtesy Of: www.boston.com

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  • By: Shayleigh S.
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  • Title: Violent Storm Project
  • Tornadoes
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  • Published: about 4 years ago

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