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t ornadoes. By : Steven. Where does a tornado typically happen?. It usually happens in tornado alley. t ornado alley is in the mid-west of the united states. The states witch tornado alley is in is O klahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and South Dakota. . How often does a tornado happen.

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T ornadoes

tornadoes

By: Steven


Where does a tornado typically happen
Where does a tornado typically happen?

  • It usually happens in tornado alley. tornado alley is in the mid-west of the united states.

  • The states witch tornado alley is in is Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska and South Dakota.


How often does a tornado happen
How often does a tornado happen

  • Tornadoes happen in the spring or fall because that time of year has the most air pressure


Features involved with tornadoes
Features involved with tornadoes

  • The land, clouds and air are all involved with tornadoes.

  • There are not that many features.


A typical accurence
A typical accurence

  • There will winds up to 160mph at average

  • It will last for 2-3 minutes and then stop

  • People will be in there basements


The most extreme conditions in a tornado
The most extreme conditions in a tornado

  • There would be a EF5 with a tornado traveling at a really fast rate. In a city with a large population like New York City. Also winds up to 318mph, rain and lightning.


The fujita scale
The Fujita scale

  • The Fujita scale is the thing that measures tornadoes. The Fujita scale is used by scientists and meteorologists all over the world

  • The Fujita scale shows a EF1, EF2, EF3, EF4 and EF5. Those are the measurements smallest to largest.


After effects
After effects

  • There will be buildings extremely damaged and ready to fall. People will be buried under house wreckage witch might kill them if they stay in the wreckage.


Key terms
Key terms

  • Docter Fujita invented the Fujita scale in 1971 used for measuring tornadoes.

  • Josh Wurman is a expert at tornadoes


Facts
Facts

  • A tornado spins clock-wise and goes 158 mph at average speed.

  • A tornado forms by two cold and warm fronts crossing each other with humid air and high air preasure.

  • Docter Fujita invented the Fujita scale


Thanks to
Thanks to…

  • Google images

  • Wikipiedia

  • Ebsco

  • The new book of knoledge (encyclopedia)