Ok. I’m doing a project in my science class on tornadoes and I’ve been searching and searching and I can’t find anything. Also, I need some weather conditions because I can’t find them either and Local and National Agencies that help with weather forecasting, preparation, information, disaster relief, etc.
ok. for the preparation for tornadoes part i have to have 20 preparations and i only have 6 from the american red cross website any other suggestions because all the websites pretty much have all the same information.

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Hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunami, earthquakes or any other….which one is the worst?

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We had our home destroyed by a Tornado in February of this year. We got about 2,000 from the government to help us in recuperation what we lost as well. I’m using taxact.com to do our taxes as I’ve done every year for a while now and I’m stuck on how to enter this in and exactly what to put, as I’ve never had to do this before.
Yes it was declared a national disaster. It was the Tornadoes that hit Tennessee earlier this year.

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I’m really interested in meteorology and hope to become a meteorologist some day. My high school is having a science fair. I chose to do a tornado. My question is Why are tornadoes more powerful than hurricanes but don’t last nearly as long as hurricanes. How am I supposed to do this experiment? I really want to do this topic so I need help on how I can do this experiment or if there’s another experiment related to weather that I can actually do.

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When food, fuel, power are scarce and expensive. When the sea water will rise between 7 to 43 meter. When hurricane, tornadoes, flood and drought will increase in intensity and reduce our habitat and food supply to a dangerous level. When population increase to 9 Billion. What do we need to do? and Would we able to do something about it or it is no longer humanly possible to correct? Read Luke 21 about the sign of the coming of the Creator for Overhaul job of the earth.

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I have been having these dreams about natural disasters (tidle waves and two tornadoes towering up to the sky). People drowing and I am trying to help people. Has anyone else had these kind of dreams, particulaly people in Bexhill on sea?
ie; tornadoes, tidle waves, people floating up to the sky, Gods face in the sky, pulling people up from the water etc

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Does anyone officially know what the storm in Illinois (southern Illinois mostly) was classified?

In my area, just finding drinking water or gasoline was a serious issue. Most of us finally have power today. Many of us lost our stock and emergency supplies too in the clocked 108 mph winds. A huge oak tree from across the street uprooted and landed on top of our home, so we are staying at a motel in another county. The first night we camped out in our back yard with what we could find. I don’t know how many deters we made to find a road or highway that was clear after that first day.

I would like to know if anyone has an official name for this storm. On the radio, NOAA is saying it was a very rare occurance, but he seemed ambiguous on whether it was a straight line of tornadoes or an inland hurricane. He stated that it was as severe as a hurricane, but it also behaved as if it were tornadoes.

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I was just listening to Pat Robertson on You Tube. Terrorists do take advantage of political changes, 1993 (Clinton), 2001 (Bush), 2007 (New Congress?). Not a big leap to think of a terrorist attack in 2007. Kind of an anti-climax announcement.

But it did get me thinking, how many people actually prepare for a possible disaster by having a few days of food around, flash lights, medical supplies, that kind of thing. The normal Red Cross Be Prepared kind of thing.

All the "Oh my God the world is going to be destroyed by…" Nuclear war, global warming, terrorists, hurricanes, tornadoes, infestations of caterpillars, etc can leave this one alone.

I just want to know how many reasonably normal people have checked out ready.gov and have some emergency supplies around in case of a disaster.
Thanks. The ratio of real answers to silly answers tells me a lot too. Looks like if there was a major disaster any major urban center in the country things would end up a lot like they were in Louisiana. On the other hand, it kind of looks like people in rural or suburban areas might be better prepared. Kind of a common sense thing I would guess. some kind of ratio of storage space versus costs versus convince and availability, I would assume.

Thanks.

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I live in south carolina and we rarely get tornadoes, only on occasionally. I was wondering how many do each state in the u.s have tornado sirens in their states ? Does north carolina have tornado sirens ?

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I live less than 50 ft from a cliff that drop about 100 to 150 ft straight down. I also live in the Midwest which has frequent tornado activity. I am curious to know if anyone knows what happens if a tornadoes path encounters a cliff or sudden drop in elevation? Does its path normally steer it away from it, pressure effect it, wind changes? I have wondered about this for while, can anyone help me out with some more information concerning this, thanks!

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