How does a tornado form?

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Vinayak Agrawal ·

A tornado is formed when a horizontal roe of cold air meets a vertical column of hot air. The tornado starts revolving around the low pressure zone with extreme velocities, hence forming a tornado.

Angikar Ghosal ·

A tornado is formed when a vertical column of hot air meets a horizontal draft of cold air. Hot air exerts less pressure than cold air. Winds blow from regions of higher pressure to regions of lower pressure. This causes high-speeds to revolve around the low pressure zone. As pressure is exerted, a conical structure is formed. That's the way a tornado is formed.

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