The topic of this web page is tornadoes (violent rotating column of air) and contains 28 tornado facts for kids. In addition to facts about tornadoes, we provide you with some unbelieve pictures of tornadoes and alternate resources with information on tornadoes. Our tornado facts will help you learn about them, what a tornado is, how does a tornado forms, how to stay safe during a tornado and several other tornado facts.
Our facts about tornadoes and other tornado related data should help you understand the fundamentals of this dead weather phenomenon. Start your research on tornadoes by scrolling down and reading our 28 tornado facts. Following those facts are tornado pictures and additional resources. We’re always looking to expand the below educational content on tornadoes, if you have anything you can share or find inaccurate information, please contact us.
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If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the below images will be helpful for your research on tornadoes. Below are twelve pictures of different tornadoes and tornado damage. These pictures should help you better understand how deadly this severe weather event can be.
A picture of a big tornado by a densely populated city.
A picture of a tornado approaching a small rural town.
A picture of a tornado near a rural road.
A picture of a tornado in a field in the distance.
A picture of a tornado approaching a farming community.
A picture of two tornadoes forming next to each other.
A picture of an old tornado shelter.
A picture of a modern grey tornado warning siren.
A picture of a old yellow tornado warning siren.
A picture of tornado damage in Joplin, MO from a EF5 tornado.
A picture of tornado damage in Fultondale, AL from a EF3 tornado.
A picture of tornado damage in Lapeer, MI from a EF2 tornado.
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