Tornadoes Madelyn & Clora

Why are Tornadoes so deadly? Tornadoes are rotating column of air that extends from a thunderstorm to the ground. some of the most violent tornadoes cause tremendous destruction.

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What do tornadoes do? most violent tornadoes can cause large damage. they can destroy large buildings, uproot trees and hurl vehicles hundred of miles.
How long is a tornado? Tornado paths range from 100 yards to 2.6 miles and more than 15 miles (rarely). they can last several seconds to more than an hour, however, most last less than 10 minutes.
How are people affected by a tornado? Tornado can affect humans because it can destroy their homes and they can die in the storm. it can also ruin their valuables.
how fast does the average to spin? the damage from tornadoes from the strong winds. the wind speed can be high as 300 mph in the most violent tornadoes.
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