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    Tornado

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    Title : Tornado General Goal : To inform the audience about tornado Specific Goal : To inform the audience about some facts about tornadoes. Thesis Statement : To inform the audience about the types of tornadoes‚ the causes of tornadoes‚ and odd occurrences that may be associated with tornadoes. Introduction: I. Attention grabber: What can hurdle automobiles through the air‚ rip ordinary homes to shreds‚ de-feather chickens‚ and travel at speeds over 60 mph? II.

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    The Tornado In Dupree

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    The tornado that happened in Dupree occurred in June of the year 2010. It was a regular day‚ the wind was blowing‚ there were lots of rain coming down‚ and it was cloudy. Well that was what we thought‚ because there was no tornadoes that happened in Dupree for a long time. Before my family and I got a chance to make even dinner‚ the first tornado whistle came on. My family and I went in the truck to see where it was or see if we could spot a tornado. After scouting for a bit‚ we took off and went

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    Waterspout Tornado

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    very close to tornado alley. Knowing the different types of tornadoes and what to do if one occurred near you may potentially save your life. C. Credibility: I lived in the heart of tornado alley for 16 years and have personally experienced at least 30 tornadoes. D. Thesis Statement: The purpose of this presentation is to inform the audience on tornadoes. I will inform them on what a tornado is by definition‚ what causes a tornado‚ the types of tornadoes and tornado safety.

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    Tornados and Hurricanes

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    Tornadoes vs. Hurricanes What is the difference between a tornado and a hurricane? A tornado is a dark funnel shaped cloud that is made of rotating winds which are very violent. A hurricane is a tropical cyclone with constant winds that can pass 74 mph. And appear with rain‚ thunder and lightening. I think that theses both are seriously dangerous to be in. A hurricane and tornado both form in warm‚ damp air blowing from opposite ends. They both cause flash floods‚ mudslides and they also

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    Tornado Essay

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    What is a tornado? A tornado is a violent rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the ground. Tornados are particularly associated with severe thunderstorms because stronger storms make it easier for tornados to form. During a supercell storm‚ characterized by powerful updrafts‚ warm‚ less heavy air begins to rise and meets colder and heavier air above it. Wind shears make tornadoes easier to form. A wind shear is when a warmer air collides with a colder air. Faster air begins to

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    Essay On Tornado

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    Tornados A tornado can start when a large Cumulonimbus cloud forms . Cumulonimbus clouds form squall lines that exist as individual towers Squall lines are lines that form in front of a cold front in front of the storm that contains precipitation‚tornadoes‚hail‚ After the clouds combine‚ vigorous updrafts start to form and the clouds can grow to a height of 39‚000 ft. The clouds are made of water droplets. When the temperature in the atmosphere decreases to 32 degrees Fahrenheit

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    Tornado Essay

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    A tornado is defined as a violently rotating column extending from a thunderstorm to the ground. The most violent tornadoes are capable of tremendous destruction with wind speeds of two hundred and fifty miles per hour or more. Damage paths can be more than one mile wide and fifty miles long. In an average year‚ eight hundred tornadoes are reported nationwide‚ resulting in eighty deaths and over one thousand five hundred injuries. In the body of my essay‚ I will tell you about types of tornadoes

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    Joplin Tornado

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    Joplin‚ Missouri‚ is little town that nearly got destroyed by an EF5 tornado on May 22‚ 2011. Joplin got hit by an extremely dangerous tornado‚ an EF5 tornado‚ a very powerful tornado. To this day‚ the city of Joplin is still recovering. Joplin is a city in southwest Missouri near the Kansas boarder‚ west of Springfield. It was founded in 1839. The city’s motto is “Proud of Our Past….Shaping Our Future”. Joplin is the largest city in Jasper County‚ although it is not the county seat. As of

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    Oaklahoma Tornado

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    Oklahoma Tornado On Monday may 20th‚ 2013 a devastating tornado ripped through the small town of Moore‚ Oklahoma. This tornado was part of an outbreak of tornados that began in the plains on the 19th. Many towns were affected by Monday’s tornado however Moore got the brute of it. Moore is just 20 minutes south of Oklahoma City. The final death toll is 24 people; this was considered a miracle considering the amount of damage. Many rescue crews worked day and night to try to save as many people

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    Prepare for Tornado

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    “How to Prepare for a Tornado” Tornadoes can be devastating acts of nature. Part of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes are rotating‚ whirling winds that appear in a funnel shape. These storms can reach winds of 300 miles per hour‚ and can devastate neighborhoods and towns in minutes and is very dangerous. In order to protect yourself and your family from this natural disaster you will need to prepare before the disaster even occurs. Tornados can be a very frightening disaster and it’s always

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