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TORNADO DANGER SIGNS TO LOOK FOR

 

    • Wall cloud
    • Large hail
    • Loud roar, often described as sounding like a freight train
    • Visible funnel, often with debris below it
    • Rain or low lying clouds can often obscure the funnel
    • The wind could die down and the air become very still just prior to the tornado hitting
    • A cloud of debris could be visible even if the funnel is not
    • Dark, often greenish sky

 

      Tornadoes often occur on the trailing edge of thunderstorms. It is not uncommon to see sunlit sky behind the tornado.

 

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