The weather conditions that allow for tornado formation is usually associated with thunderstorm formation. “Thunderstorms develop in warm, moist air in advance of eastward-moving cold fronts. These thunderstorms often produce large hail, strong winds, and tornadoes. Tornadoes in the winter and early spring are often associated with strong, frontal systems that form in the Central States and move east” – National Severe Storms Laboratory
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