Tornadoes form when cold dry air meets warm moist air. Here’s an article with more details.
Tornadoes are formed during severe thunderstorms. It’s a rotating column of air that is formed from the thunderstorm to the ground during the storm. When tornadoes start to pick up debris, they become less transparent and more opaque due to what they now carry with them.
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