Tornadoes: Page: 2

This is page 2 of the Tornadoes posts on Science, Space & Robots.


TRMM Satellite Shows Wednesday's Violent Storms Reached Heights of Over 10.6 Miles
TRMM, a satellite managed by both NASA and the Japanese Space Agency, flew over severe thunderstorms that were spawning tornadoes over the eastern United States on 28 April 2011 at 0652 UTC (2:52 AM EDT). (April 28, 2011)

Guys Record Video of Brooklyn Tornado
Here is some footage from a couple guys who were in their apartment when the Brooklyn tornado went over them. (September 17, 2010)

2008 Tornado Tally Off to a Fast Start
The graph above shows the number of tornadoes for this year compared to recent years and to the ten-year average. (March 11, 2008)

Deadly Super Tuesday Tornado Outbreak
A rare string of powerful February tornadoes killed dozens of people and destroyed homes and businesses in the Mid-South. (February 8, 2008)

New Satellite Imagery of Greensburg, Kansas EF5 Tornado
The devastation caused by the powerful EF5 tornado that hit Greensburg, Kansas has now been captured on satellite images. (May 10, 2007)

Indiana Tornado Was a Strong F3
The killer tornado that killed over twenty people in Southern Indiana was a very large strong F3 tornado. (November 8, 2005)

Killer Tornado Strikes Southern Indiana
A powerful tornado has caused extensive damage and killed at least 11 people in Southern Indiana and Kentucky according to a CNN news story. (November 6, 2005)

Tornadoes Also Come From Line Storms
A new study has found that more tornadoes may originate in long line storms than previously thought. (April 5, 2005)