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What mum never told you about Tornadoes

Debris is scattered for miles, houses are destroyed, trees are bent, and vehicles have been thrown. This would be the aftermath of a Tornado. A Tornado is a dangerous, rotating column of air that is in contact with both the surface of the earth and a cumulonimbus cloud or, in some cases, the base of a cumulus cloud. Most Tornadoes occur between the hours of 4pm and 9pm, but don't panic. if you do not live in the Southern Plains, most of time, you do not have to worry.

What Wikipedia can't tell you about Tornadoes

How do Tornadoes form you may ask? Tornadoes are associated with large supercell thunderstorms that often grow at least 40,00 feet tall! How the column of air begins to rotate? We don't completely understand how, but one way is when winds at two different altitudes blow at two different rates, creating a wind shear.

When Tornadoes see you running for cover

Janna Ketchie, mother of three year old and six week old was trapped at work one evening, after not able to get on the road because of the power lines blocking her way, luckily there was a shelter nearby, but she was still worried about her two children at the daycare. She sat for 3 hours, not eating, nor drinking. Only worried about her two boys. Luckily she did see them again, thanks to the teacher who covered the two boys. They survived.

The simplest ways to make the best at tornadoes

Preparing for a Tornado could be very time consuming if you're in the middle of one. It could also be very confusing if you don't know how to prepare for one, but good thing you have me to tell you how!. Listen to the local news or the radio to stay informed about what's going on, and what you need to do until the storm is over. Pick a safe room, for example, a basement, storm cellar, or the lowest floor without windows. Wear long pants, and long sleeves shirts.

The do's and don'ts of tornadoes

The Do's and Don'ts of Tornadoes, finally. Do not seek shelter in hallways or bathrooms in a MOBILE HOME. Do not, and when I say do not, DO NOT wait till you SEE a Tornado with your own eyes to take cover, do it before. Whenever you hear the tornado sirens, or you see dark, often greenish clouds, funnel clouds, or a roaring noise. These are all dangers of a Tornado.