Interactive Tornado Map from Wunderground  http://www.wunderground.com/tornado

Interactive Tornado Map from Wunderground http://www.wunderground.com/tornado

tornado map activity sheet | This is an easier level than the other I have posted as this one ...

tornado map activity sheet | This is an easier level than the other I have posted as this one ...

I thought some of this chart was really cool explaining the Anatomy of a Tornado. I can put this in a power point to show my students when I am teaching about severe weather in Texas.

I thought some of this chart was really cool explaining the Anatomy of a Tornado. I can put this in a power point to show my students when I am teaching about severe weather in Texas.

Interactive tornado map.    Inspired by John Nelson's  http://uxblog.idvsolutions.com/2013/06/tornado-travel-map.html    Data from NOAA  http://www.sp

Interactive tornado map. Inspired by John Nelson's http://uxblog.idvsolutions.com/2013/06/tornado-travel-map.html Data from NOAA http://www.sp

nytimes interactive tornado map - At least 122 people were killed in a tornado outbreak on May 22, bringing the year’s total to nearly 500 and making it the deadliest year since 1953, when 519 people were killed.

Map of Tornado Deaths in the U.S. From 1950 to 2011

nytimes interactive tornado map - At least 122 people were killed in a tornado outbreak on May 22, bringing the year’s total to nearly 500 and making it the deadliest year since 1953, when 519 people were killed.

The U.S. Gets More Tornadoes Than Anywhere Else In The World. But Why? -  Earth/Environmental Science, Meteorology, Climate Science/Climatology

The U.S. Gets More Tornadoes Than Anywhere Else In The World. But Why?

The U.S. Gets More Tornadoes Than Anywhere Else In The World. But Why? - Earth/Environmental Science, Meteorology, Climate Science/Climatology

The region of the United States lying between the Rocky and Appalachian Mountains—known informally as Tornado Alley—has the highest number of tornadoes each year; however, no place is safe. Description from hopeww.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The region of the United States lying between the Rocky and Appalachian Mountains—known informally as Tornado Alley—has the highest number of tornadoes each year; however, no place is safe. Description from hopeww.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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