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  • Amy Seiler

    If tornados weren't so destructive they would just be beautiful & fascinating. Mother nature is amazing!

  • Laura Clark Briggs

    This website provides news and information of current tornado updates and is essential for those interested in tracking , as well as those who are casually interested in what has been happening. Following the links below, track current storm warnings using the Weather Channel links below. Also, find out what a tornado really is and learn how to prevent injury and protect your safety with storm preparedness. Creative Commons Photo Credit GIFSoup

  • Stephanie Bushard

    storm cell not a tornado...mesocyclone which is a supercell. and this picture shows the shelf cloud (gust front)

  • Antoine Isaza

    A huge tornado funnel cloud touches down in Orchard, Iowa, at 9:04 p.m. on June 10, 2008. The Globe Gazette and Mitchell County Press News reported that Lori Mehmen of Orchard took the photo from outside her front door.

  • Kimberley Dickerson

    Science Project Idea: Amazing Natural Disasters :: Tornadoes Super excited to include this at summer camp!

  • Morgan

    Tornado in the United States.

  • Tiger Cub

    Orchard, Iowa Lori Mehmen, who lives in the small farming town of Orchard in the northeastern part of the state, snapped this picture from her front door on June 17, 2008. The tornado uprooted trees and damaged crops, but no one was killed.

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Not photoshopped! taken by Eric Nguyen in Kansas. perfectly spectacular photo!!! !!!INCREDIBLE!!!

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