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LOCAL 8 NEWS SEVERE WEATHER ALERT!!! STAY INDOORS!!! TORNADOE WARNING!!! for more information go to: www.local8news.com
Max: Clara come inside quick there's a tornado coming!!! Clara: Coming Max!!!
Clara: Max what's a tornado? And why are we in our basement? Max: Well...
Well... a tornadoe is like a funnel shaped cloud. It's formed from cumulonimbus clouds. In the tornado there are updrafts and downdrafts. One of the updrafts are spiral shaped and are called the mesocyclone of a tornado. The tornadoe comes out of the wall cloud of the cumulonimbus cloud. The tornadoe can bring very strong winds, so strong they can destroy a whole house without leaving anything behind. Scientist can measure a tornado by using the Fujita Scale. This scale can range from EF-0 (broken branches) to EF-5 (homes leveled and left with bare grown). We are in the basement because its the safest way to keep safe. There are 4 ways of keeping safe during a tornado, first you find shelter and go to the lowest ground like a basement, two you go into a car the metal of the car will protect you, three go to an open field with no trees or tall poles, and finally stay away from water, metal, or other good conductors of electricity.
LOCAL 8 NEWS!! THE TORNADO WARNING HAS BEEN LIFTED!!! COOLER TEMPS. ARE TO BE EXPCTED (COLD FRONT)
Clara: It's cold and humid out Max. Max: Yup, the storm is now over. Now tat the storm has been over over half hour it's in it's dissipating stage the actual tornado happened in it's mature stage of the storm and when we got that first warning it was in its cumulus stage.
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