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Welcome to the Tornado Facts websites. This website is an educational resource on tornadoes, which are one of the most violent weather events on our planet. We provide the latest and most credible facts on tornadoes. Our goal is to educate the public on tornadoes and through that education empower the public with the knowledge they need during a real tornado emergency. As meteorologists advance their research and studies on tornadoes we'll need to make periodic updates to this website. We recommend bookmarking our website and checking it periodically to see if any tornado facts or tornado myths have been updated.

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It doesn't matter if you're a tornado enthusiast, student, teacher or meteorologist, we have the information you're looking for when it comes to tornadoes. This website is broken up into different sections to make it easier to find the tornado facts and information you're looking for. Below is a comprehensive list of all of these sections and what you'll find in each one. If you find any factual errors on this website please contact us. Please remember tornadoes are extremely dangerous and unpredictable. Only qualified trained individuals should attempt to photograph or video record a tornado.

If you're ready to start research tornado facts and information you can get started below.

Tornado Facts and Information

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Did you know a tornado is also sometimes referred to as a twister or cyclone? There are lots of fun tornado facts that would blow your mind, as long as you separate tornado fact from tornado myth. We invite you to explore our website and increase your knowledge on this violent, but intriguing weather event.

Information on this website was pulled from sources such as Wikipedia, NOAA and The Tornado Project.

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