Tabitha Whitlock Tornados

A tornado is a violently rotating column of air that spins while in contact with both the ground and the air and a cumulonimbus cloud.Most tornadoes have wind speeds less than 110 mpn.

the tornadoes are about 250 feet across.The United States for example experiences approximately 75 percent of the world's known tornadoes.

Tornadoes devastate people. For example on November 22 1992 a tornado hit Indiana and injured at least 32 people.The number of tornado events each year is 1179. 227 people were also killed by tornadoes each year.

Tornadoes destroy houses and roads. People loose all there belongings homes and there lives. workers have to come and re build the houses,buildings, and roads.

Tornadoes can be small and can look harmless. Some tornadoes can look like a cloud. But it is still harmful and it can get worse.

To make sure you are reedy for a tornado you should make a safety plan or a you can make a safety kit or bag. Make sure to find a room with no windows and duck and cover. After tornado is gone Find the closest person climb out of your situation and go help others.

So make sure you are always redye for a tornado.
ps. this is the tornadoes that have happen in the last few years.
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Tabitha Whitlock


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