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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 STORMS THUNDERSTORMS TORNADOES TORNADOES HURRICANES A thunderstorm is a disturbance inthe atmosphere that has some or all ofthese: lightning, thunder, gusty winds, heavy rain, and hail. A severe thunderstorm produces big hail,flash floods and sometimes even tornadoes. Most occur in springand summer months during one of the warmest part of the day. Some-times they even might occur in the winter. A well developed one can cover lands as large as 8 to 16 square kilometers. A thunderstorm forms 2-3 miles above the ground. A tornado is a rotating column of air that forms from thunderstormsover dry and and unique conditions.The conditions are when moist warmair meets cool dry air head on. The U.S. has more tornadoes than any other country in the world.Tornadoes mostly form betweenMarch to July, during later in the afternoon. May normally has themost tornadoes, while the violent ones are in April. Between 100 and 600 is the diameter of the usual tornado. Some can move upto speeds faster than 100 kilometers per hour. A tornadoes vortex has swirling winds thatmove up to 350 kilometers per hour.Most of the tornadoes dangerous power comes from its gigantic winds. Hurricanes form when warm, moistair rises over tropical waters. Theredifferent names for hurricanes such as a cyclone or typhoon. A hurricane isnormally 550 kilometers in diameter. It gets bigger sometimes when itland. Hurricanes can move speeds of8 to 24 kilometers, sometimes they can be nearly stationary. Hurricanesbegin as tropical storms, which have wind speeds of 64 to 118 kilometers. Hurricanes can last a week or longer and several also can occur at the same time.
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