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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 start from scratch[clears the canvas] Title Title Food can be affected by tornados. Water will be plentiful though if we have any water filters. We get the water from the bay, and use the filters to clean it. If you dont have enough food the effect is you will have to travel. If you dont travel the result is you wont have any food because diseases will get into the food. If the tornado causes the escape routes or plans and trains to be shut down there might be a possible underground storage to get grown fruits and veggies from. Another way to stop the effect of starvation happening is to try and find homes and stores that have not been destroyed by the tornado. You can even have a possibility that the gov. will make a distribution. Areas that tornadoes have destroyed look horrible. For example, there is rubble everywhere you look. There are smashed cars and pieces of metal all over. Also there is trash and paper scattered all along the ground by the tornado's massive winds. Additionally, there are even ripped up pieces of street are lying around. Some people have died from the terrible disaster, and they are laying on a bed of trash and rubble, never to speak again. Houses are destroyed. The outside parts of them are ripped off, and laying miles away. Some are untouched and others wrecked. Also, all off this debris scratching up against one another causes small fires here and there. The survivors must find some place to take refuge after this nightmare. Tornadoes, very destructive funnels, form very suddenly. First, they start with a thunderstorm. Then, the warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico and cool, dry air from Canada meet in the place of the thunderstorm. Next, the air meets, making an unstable atmosphere. the temperature decreases and the moistures in the air make the atmosphere dense. Next, the wind changes direction, and speed picks up. After that, the wind creates thunderstorm clouds. Lastly, the wind creates an invisible spinning and extends into a tornado. Make sure to be very alert when there are tornadoes. There are many similarities and differences in a high class and a low class tornado. First, arefor differences, an F1 low class can only peel of roofing, while an F5 high class are so strong it can pick up cars and swing them around like missiles. Secondly, arefor similarities, even though some of them are very small, both high and low class tornadoes can do damage. Also,Third, for similarities, they can both be measured on the fujita scale. Ffourth, for similarities, both high and low class tornadoes can be made by a supercell thunderstorm also known as., but most of the tornados that are made from supercell thunderstormsm happen to be high class. Llastly, for similarities, both high and low class tornadoes havent 50 since 1971. ..... 0 50 100 January February March April May June July 0 50 100 January February March April May June July 0 50 100 January February March April May June July
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