Tornadoes are formed during thunderstorms. Before the thunderstorm, when wind direction changes, and wind speed increases as you move from the ground into the atmosphere, a horizontal column of spiring air is created. During the thunderstorm, rising air lifts this invisible tube of turbulent air, strengthening the rotation and forming the tornado. A tornado’s growth is affected by the severity of the storm, and it can grow due to numerous factors such as an increase in wind speed.
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