I don’t know about you, but the thought of tornadoes in Texas makes me feel a little queasy. While the idea of tornadoes is nothing new, I’m here to tell you that they can be real! Tornadoes can be so bad that they can literally destroy the entire state. I’ve seen the pictures on TV and the damage they do. I’ve been there and seen the damage firsthand.
The most common type of tornado is called an EF-1. This is the most severe. An EF-1 just means that the tornado is strong enough to destroy the entire state of Texas. And like I said, it can be that bad.
The largest category of tornadoes starts out as an F-1. This is the most intense. An F-1 is also known as a “super” or “super twister,” and can cause huge damage in a short amount of time and wreak total destruction. When it comes to tornadoes in Texas, we have the opportunity to be in the middle of a tornado at the exact same time.
This is an extreme event that we’re going to have to deal with throughout the year, most of the time. In fact, you can find tornadoes in Texas across the entire state every day. One of the big deals is that we’re going to have to deal with tornadoes throughout the summer as well. And with some hurricanes, we get the opportunity to be in the eye of a hurricane. In a hurricane, you don’t really know what the hell is going on.
As I mentioned before, there are a lot of big events going on this year. The National Weather Service has been warning people in the Houston area for tornadoes and hurricanes. There are also severe weather alerts that are issued for tornadoes and hurricanes in other areas. And with the potential for tornadoes, it’s also a great opportunity for meteorologists to be in the eye of a tornado at the exact same time.
This is a good thing because I dont think there is any better way to study the weather than by watching tornadoes. You can watch them for hours at a time and get a good feel for how they are moving, how they are heading, and what direction they are going. Its not like you can see a tree shaking, or a cloud with a rainbow coming and know its a tornado. You can see one and know its a tornado.
Here in the United States, a tornado is a very rare event. It occurs when an average of five tornadoes strike the U.S. each year. The only tornado to hit the U.S. is a tornado, and it only happens every hundred years or so. A tornado is a tornado. If you have to go back to the Civil War, there was a tornado that killed hundreds of people that swept through the town of Carthage, Tennessee, in September 1864.
The number of tornado sightings in the United States from 1950 to 2015 is astounding. It’s been on the rise for a decade now, but not because of a weather-related phenomenon. It’s because the weather is such a big deal. The number of tornadoes in the United States has increased by nearly 5,000 per year since the Civil War, but the number of tornadoes per year is almost as high as it’s ever been.
The trend is pretty clear. One of the most obvious things that we are seeing as a result of climate change is the number of tornadoes. But the issue is that tornadoes also are getting more intense. As this graph shows, the number of tornadoes per year has increased by 60% since 1950.
A number of causes have been studied including climate change, but the most likely culprit is the increasing amount of precipitation that we receive as a result of global warming. For example, in Texas, the average amount of precipitation increased by about 11 percent between the 1960s and 2000s. That’s nearly double the rate that was seen in the pre-industrial era. It’s easy to see why the number of tornadoes that we see these days is so high.