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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 double click to change this header text! Tornado Terror Fun Fact: The word tornado comes from the spanish word Tronada.Tronada means thunderstorm Tornadoes form mostly in the spring time. Also known as tornado season. They form because of supercells. Supercells are deadly thunderstorms thatspawn tornadoes. How to protect your self from these scary storms Bam! It comes on the weather channel with little time toreact. What do you do? Where do you go? Those questions will be answered in this article. Tornadoes are spinning columns of air. They tear up any objectsin there path. If they a strong enough, they can throw cars at your house. You need a hiding spot until its over. Be sure to bring water bottles and a flashlight, you don't want to be thirsty or sitting in the dark. The number one all time place to hide is a tornado shelter. Purposely designed to withstand tornadoes, tornado shelters are a great place to hide. The one problem is that not everyone has a tornado shelter so you need a different place to hide such as a basement.Basements will protect you from flying debree and tornado winds, however, they are exposed to the tornado falling into them and wrecking everything. If you don't have a basement, hide in the center of your house where you have limited exposure to windows, such as a bathroom. Communitybuildings are also great places to hide. Schools and Churches might havebasements you can hide in. If you just so happen to be in the road during a tornado, head to the nearest ditch, you will be protect from the flying debree but not the deadly tornado winds. Bridges are not are not great places but they will work better than sitting in the openThanks for reading and I hope this helps you stay safe. F1:Low damage, broken tree branches F3:Considerable DamageFallen Trees F4:Deadly,Cars fly 300 yards or more in the air F5: Apocalyptic,Cars become missles Tornado Scale (fuijita scale) F2:Moderate damage,Trees snapped
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