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The science behind tornadoes and why they're so deadly - Sort by:
The science behind tornadoes and why they're so deadly
A look at the science behind tornadoes and why they're so deadly.
USA-TORNADO/
RTR4UW65
26 Mar. 2015
WHAT IS A TORNADO? - Tornadoes, described as a violently... more
USA-TORNADO/
RTR4UW65
26 Mar. 2015
KEYSTONE LAKE, UNITED STATES
WHAT IS A TORNADO? - Tornadoes, described as a violently rotating column of air touching the ground, are nature’s most violent storms, capable of killing people and wiping out neighborhoods in a matter of seconds, according to the U.S. National Weather Service.
REUTERS/Jeff Piotrowski
USA-TORNADO/WEATHER
RTR3NAYO
30 Apr. 2014
Tornadoes occur when dry cold air moving south from... more
USA-TORNADOES/
RTXZVSS
22 May. 2013
CAN TORNADOES BE PREDICTED? - Meteorologists at the... more
USA-TORNADOES/
RTXZYAQ
23 May. 2013
WHERE AND WHEN DO TORNADOES FORM? - Most tornadoes... more
CANADA-STORM/
RTS22FZK
23 Sep. 2018
DO TORNADOES OCCUR OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES? - Tornadoes... more
USA-TORNADO/
RTR4UW62
26 Mar. 2015
HOW ARE TORNADOES MEASURED? - The National Weather... more
USA-TORNADO/WEATHER
RTR3N04J
29 Apr. 2014
DOES CLIMATE CHANGE MAKE TORNADOES MORE DEADLY? - Warmer... more
USA-TORNADOES/
RTXZVGY
21 May. 2013
U.S. tornado records only date back to 1950, and much... more
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