What If You Were Pulled Into A Tornado? || FUNNY ANIMATION
Anyone in the path of an approaching tornado knows to seek immediate shelter. But some adventurous ‘storm chasers’ actually hunt down tornadoes to research and learn more about them. A tornado is a rapidly spinning column of air that can form when violent thunderstorms and certain wind patterns, known as a supercell, are present. These funnels extend from storm clouds all the way to the ground, and are one of the most destructive natural disasters.
Deadly twisters occur across the globe, but they're observed most frequently in a region of the U.S. known as ‘Tornado Alley’ – where hundreds of tornadoes touch down each year. Tornadoes are often preceded by a dark, greenish sky and can sound like a roaring freight train as they approach. Torrential downpours, lightning and even icey hail the size of a baseball frequently accompany these catastrophic events.
Wind conditions approaching 100 mph are not uncommon; With some tornadoes raging at speeds up to 300 mph or almost 500 kilometers per hour — easily capable of demolishing homes, uprooting trees and tossing vehicles through the air. Some survivors, caught outdoors when a tornado hit, describe the terrifying experience as being sucked into a vacuum cleaner and then trapped in a cold dark cloud of spinning debris with sudden bursts of lightning.
The drop in pressure and powerful winds inside the vortex can feel like a punch to the stomach, sucking the air out of your lungs, and making it difficult to breathe. But airborne debris is far more likely to cause injury. A tornado can turn an ordinary 2×4 piece of wood into a fierce javelin, or missle-like projectile, that can easily impale you. Powerful funnels can travel miles in an unpredictable track, for well over an hour, before disappearing;
Leaving behind a trail of absolute devastation. So, if you’re ever in the path of an approaching tornado, find shelter immediately; Ideally in a basement or underground cellar. But remember, just because the tornado has passed doesn’t mean the danger is over. Do Fuzzy and Nutz a favor and click the like button! Also check their video about what would happen if you ate the hottest pepper!