What is the Tornado?

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TORNADOS

Tornado is the most severe storms in the world also it’s a Natural disaster. They spin at 400 kilometers an hour and reach the ground from the clouds. A tornado leaves a trail full of destruction from the moment it is formed. Fortunately, most tornados disappear in a short time. Within 30 minutes of the occurrence, the wind loses its severity and the tornados break down.

WHAT IS TORNADO?

The Tornado is a continuously rotating low-pressure air column. Hot air and cold air collide in the sky, cold hot air is placed on the tornado is formed. Hot air always tries to go up. In this case, the rapidly rising hot air is drawn into the cold air, resulting in a tornado that looks like a giant funnel. Most of the Holtini are 200 meters wide. However, tornados often time the size have also been seen.

WATCHING TORNADOS

Researchers constantly scan the stormy skies of Oklahoma with the Doppler radar. This vehicle works as a police radar; but instead of watching fast cars, they observe fast-moving air currents. These air currents give clues as to where the tornados are formed, and researchers make tornado estimates and warn the public in time.
Investigating storms is a dangerous task, but it saves a lot of lives.

WATER TORNADOS

TORNADOS do not always form on land, but also on lakes or seas. Water tornados are formed by water sucked from the surface of a sea or lake. During the rotation of the tornado, these waters form a pipe rising up to the clouds. Water tornados are not as strong as those on land and only stay at one point. Therefore, it is easier to be protected from them. However, they may pose a danger to swimming and small boats.


Sometimes they can carry fish and other sea animals to the clouds.

All Natural Disasters

Many people like the excitement of fear. That's why Natural disaster movies are so popular. But in real life, Natural disasters are very different from those in movies. and it is unlikely that heroes will be boldly celebrated in the most difficult situations. Even with today's advanced technologies, it is not easy to predict disasters. Therefore, natural disasters often cause loss of life and the effects of destruction last for years.

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