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Tornado Formation

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A Tornado Hits The Weather Channel
From YouTube, produced by The Weather Channel
We're taking you inside the weather like you've never seen it before. Jim Cantore battles the elements as a storm hits The Weather Channel. (07:45)
June 9, 2019 at 12:55 PM
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Watch The Birth of a Tornado | National Geographic
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May 21, 2013—Two days before a tornado—with winds clocked at 190 miles per hour—tore through suburban Oklahoma City on May 20, National Geographic explorer and storm researcher Tim Samaras captured this video of a tornado forming in south-central Kan... [more]
September 7, 2017 at 05:32 PM
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How Tornadoes Work
From YouTube, produced by Discovery Channel
This is a brief video explaining how tornadoes form and how their power is measured. (06:32)
February 8, 2012 at 10:34 AM
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How Do Tornadoes Form?
From YouTube, produced by TED education
Tornadoes are the most violent storms on Earth, with wind velocities that can exceed 200 miles per hour. How do these terrifying cyclones form? Meteorologist James Spann sheds light on the lifespan of tornadoes as they go from supercell thunderstorms... [more]
August 21, 2014 at 01:35 PM
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Why Do Tornadoes Hate America?
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America's remarkable geography is responsible for some pretty unique weather, and unfortunately for the millions of people living in the Midwest, that weather includes tornadoes. In this episode of SciShow, Hank explains why scientists think the U.S.... [more]
August 5, 2014 at 04:36 PM
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Tornados from Below and Above
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What causes a tornado to form? How can we foresee them? New technologies are giving people more and more time to prepare and seek shelter in a time of crisis, whether it be from information gathered on the ground or spectacular visual mapping from ne... [more]
May 19, 2013 at 04:03 PM
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Where Do Tornadoes Come From? Let's Make Sense of it With Science!
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Ever wonder where tornadoes come from? Let's make sense of it with science! Nearly all tornadoes, or cyclones, start with a storm, like the one brewing overhead. This video shows a variety of pictures and gives audio/written content. Very good facts ... [more]
August 7, 2011 at 09:08 PM
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How A Tornado Forms
From YouTube, produced by NBC Weather Plus
This three-minute video explains how the National Weather Service describes a tornado. It shows how a tornado forms using animation. The video offers explanations of what tornado watches and tornado warnings. (03:04)
July 12, 2009 at 04:55 PM
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