Examples of tornado in a Sentence
in the path of a tornado
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Swimming may be banned at four popular state beaches this weekend as a result of high bacteria counts and two other state parks remain closed due to damage from last month’s tornado and wind storm, according to state officials.
And there's plenty to fret about, from a forecast busier-than-average hurricane season to unpredictable natural disasters such as tornadoes and wildfires.
The main threat for Florida is heavy rainfall, tornadoes and rip currents, the National Hurricane Center said.
The National Weather Service got several reports of tornadoes and damage from severe storms on Sunday.
Frequent lightning and heavy rainfall are also expected along with the possibility of tornadoes and waterspouts.
Energy feeding into the developing storm brought baseball-size hail and possible tornadoes to parts of the South late Monday.
Lovely places, except for hurricanes, tornadoes, thunderstorms, oppressive humidity, and, just to add some excitement, alligators.
Oklahoma went until the beginning of May to log its first tornado, the latest in the season.
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Definition of tornado for English Language Learners
: a violent and destructive storm in which powerful winds move around a central point
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