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Tornadoes.ppt emily green (1)

  1. 1. TornadoesEmily GreenT.A.G Project 2012
  2. 2. Powerful Tornadoes A tornado is very destructive. It destroys in many ways.  Spinning  High winds  Lifting  Throwing things to ground It is likely to take lives away and kill. It is unsuspecting in many ways. The tornado is liable to make a thunderstorm.
  3. 3. How Tornadoes Form The hot and cold air mix and twist around each other to form a tube. The roaring winds go everywhere
  4. 4. Different Types of Tornadoes There are Water Spouts, Storm Beginners, Dust Devils , Fire Tornadoes, these all are different kinds of tornadoes.
  5. 5. Different Disasters Caused by Tornadoes They always leave natural disasters like pipes sticking out of the ground, cars lifted up into the air, and houses destroyed. They could occur in many cities during the same tornado Many cities could be destroyed
  6. 6. Tornadoes are Sometimes Unsuspecting Well you do know that tornadoes are destructive but do you know that sometimes they are unsuspected, like one time in Texas at midnight the tornado struck the people there and they never knew it was going to happen.
  7. 7. The ways it could have different Weather The way it could encounter is sometimes it could have lightning too. It could have so many clouds filled with tiny droplets of water it could rain. It could have hit a power line and have electricity in the clouds to make lightning
  8. 8. Tornadoes Could Be Mythic In the ancient times the ancient people told tales about tornadoes and their magical powers. Sometimes when loved ones who died because of a tornado would then be worshiped by the gods for sending them to a better place.
  9. 9. Why there are not tornadoes in Klamath Falls Because we are surrounded by mountains which keeps the cold air out and keeps the hot air in.
  10. 10. Sources1. http://science.howstuffworks.com/search.php2. http://www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-tor

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