chapter 14 thunderstorms and development
- University of Missouri- Columbia
- Atmospheric And Oceanic Sciences
- Atmospheric And Oceanic Sciences 1050
- chapter 14 thunderstorms and development
Last Modified: 2011-12-13
Related Textbooks:Meteorology Today: An Introduction to Weather, Climate, and the Environment. Study Guide/Workbook
- large hail,
- damaging winds,
- flash flooding
- isolated tornadoes
- linear squall lines
- circular. i.e MCC
- stay away from appliances and land line phones. don't shower or bathe or be near windows.
- crouch low to the ground w/ only shoes touching ground cuss made of rubber. also try and find ditch.
- dust swirls up toward funnel. light damage on ground
- downward movement of funnel and connection of funnel w/ dust whirl.
- on the ground making lots of noise, strong wind, most damage.
- overall size and power of tornado shrinks
- stretches into a rope shape and is contorted. dies quickly.
- The small, rapidly rotating whirls that sometimes occur within a large tornado
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