Archive for the ‘ Tornado ’ Category


Where i live there is tornado warning/watch….. the weather is horrible. i likve in a normal ol’ house, attic no basement. i have 3 outdoor dogs, what can i do to protect them from the storm?? Besides let them inside.

And what can i do to protect me?

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ok weather is really warm right now. witch is very strange to me since its early January in northern indiana. about a week ago temperatures were in the 20s and so. now its like 50-65Fer. its been raining the past 2-3 days. how likely is it to have a tornado here with rapid temperature change like this?

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I need either an animation or series of images to help me describe how a tornado forms for a class project and I’m having difficulty finding any I can use. Could someone tell me where I might find this. Thanks.

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In billings,mt? Cause there was recently a tornado and i’ve been scared for every storm. SO what are the chances?

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What would you do? Would they refund everyone’s tickets and send you home? I’m just curious because I love going to the movies but it always seems to be raining or something when I go in or come out. Also there has been multiple tornado warnings where I live lately.

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Our house is on a hill. Our "basement’ is not underground and there are sliding glass doors going to the front yard from the basement. Every room in our house has windows except for the closets and hallway. There are two adults and two small children. Where is the best spot for us to go if a tornado hits?

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I am writing a short story for a scholarship. It has tornado-warning siren in it, but I don’t know how to describe it with an onomatopoeia.

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I live in FL & we supposedly never get ‘dangerous’ tornadoes, but earlier today everyone was saying that there was one. How big does a tornado have to be to pick up a car? And what about to destroy a typical house (you know — the houses that only have a thin layer of cement around the outside)? Thanks!

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I understand that a tornado’s destructive path can go for miles and be anywhere from feet to a mile wide (F5). But how far into the ground does it disturb? I see storm shelters aren’t very deep, how shallow is considered safe?

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What causes a tornado, and do they always come from super cells?

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