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Tornadoes: A Spotter’s Guide (1977)

Texas Department of Public Safety Historical Museum and Research Center

Sound | 1977

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  •  How to identity tornadoes 
  •  Where to look for tornado-producing thunderstorms 
  •  How a tornado forms 
  •  Footage of a tornado in Kansas from 1973 
  •  Spotting a tornado at night and in heavy rain 
  •  Tornadoes can also split into multiple vortexes 
  •  Non-dangerous tornado look-alikes  
  •  The life cycle of a tornado 
 
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