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Tornadoes 101 | National Geographic



Tornadoes are some of the most destructive forces of nature. Learn how tornadoes form, how they are rated, and the country where the most intense tornadoes occur.
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  1. 00:03 Tornadoes are powerful spinning columns of air
    00:51 Tornadoes cause immense destruction
    01:29 Tornadoes form within non-supercell storms
    02:02 Tornadoes form from warm low-pressure air and wind movement
    02:37 Tornadoes form when air pressure imbalances create a vertical vortex.
    03:18 Tornadoes are classified based on the Enhanced Fujita Scale.
    03:53 Tornadoes are rated based on factors like damage and wind speeds.
    04:39 Meteorologists monitor storm fronts to forecast tornadic events.

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