2023 - Tornado activity across the US is increasing exponentially - . Tornadoes follow spiraling patterns of creation and destruction. It would appear these tornadoes are on a total path of destruction spiraling everything out of existence in their wake
At least 21 killed and dozens others are hospitalized as tornadoes and dangerous storms tear through the South and Midwest CNN - April 1, 2023
More than 30 tornadoes reportedly struck several states as severe weather swept across the South, leaving at least 7 dead so far CNN - January 13, 2023
March saw more tornadoes in the US than any March on record CNN - April 1, 2022
Powerful tornadoes are relatively rare in the New Orleans area: Is global warming changing that? PhysOrg - March 24, 2022
A tornado is a violent, rotating column of air which is in contact with both the surface of the earth and a cumulonimbus cloud or, in rare cases, the base of a cumulus cloud. The most intense of all atmospheric phenomena, tornadoes come in many shapes and sizes but are typically in the form of a visible condensation funnel, whose narrow end touches the earth and is often encircled by a cloud of debris and dust. Read more ...
There is a loosely defined region in the US dubbed Tornado Alley - where tornadoes are most frequently experienced. Although the official boundaries of Tornado Alley are not clearly defined, the main alley extends from northern Texas, through Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Arkansas, North Dakota, Montana, and Ohio. Research suggests that the main alley may be shifting eastward away from the Great Plains, and that tornadoes are also becoming more frequent in the northern parts of Tornado Alley where it reaches the Canadian prairies.
Monday night March 27, 2023 - Lester Holt reported there is evidence that Tornado Alley is expanding from the Great Plains to the South East. Tornadoes seem to be covering a wider area and are becoming more destructive as they touchdown.
A tornado family is a series of tornadoes spawned by the same supercell thunderstorm. These families form a line of successive or parallel tornado paths and can cover a short span or a vast distance. Tornado families are sometimes mistaken as a single continuous tornado, especially prior to the 1970s. Sometimes the tornado tracks can overlap and expert analysis is necessary to determine whether or not damage was created by a family or a single tornado. In some cases, such as the Hesston-Goessel, Kansas tornadoes of March 1990, different tornadoes of a tornado family merge, making discerning whether an event was continuous or not more difficult.
A space tornado is a solar windstorm and is exponentially larger and more powerful than conventional tornadoes on Earth. They are also thought to produce the aurora borealis phenomenon. Tornadoes on Earth are formed by the atmosphere and sometimes having precipitation, while space tornadoes are formed by magnetic fields and with plasma.
Space tornadoes are made up of plasmas, consisting of extremely hot ionized gases that rotate at extremely high speeds, some recorded at over 1,000,000 miles per hour (1,600,000 km/h). Within its funnel, they also generate strong electrical currents of about 100,000 amperes. Power transformers and other man made constructs are susceptible to damage from space tornadoes. Read more
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