Severe weather formation Sergio Astorga

Thunder storms have three stages starting with the Cumulus Stage when warm air rises and the clouds get bigger, mature stage is when the cloud is at its biggest and precipitation occurs, and dissipating stage is when precipitation cools down cloud down and storm dies.
A tornado begins with a thunderstorm and the warm air begins to rise, then the warm air begins to rotate called mesocyclone, then the air begins to roll creating the vortex.
Hurricanes begin as a bunch of thunderstorms and air begins from storms moves to the center and rises creating clouds, clouds start to form a ring, the ring spins and grows, the storm dies once it goes far into the land.

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