Weather Q/A (Ask ducky)

started by Ducky, November 4, 2016
6 replies to this discussion
    • Member

      I can answer your weather questions!

    • Member

      How do tornadoes form? I know they occur in the spring but tell me how tornadoes form! And I know tornadoes exist! I will be checking if you answered my question soon!

      • Member

        thank you for asking.


    • Member

      Well, I’ve been in tornado and done some researching them, so, this may be good. Winds blow very fast at high altitudes and when two different wind currents of different temperatures collide they will rotate. The sheer speed of the wind makes a dangerous funnel. The fennel will have clouds in at and will give the tornadoey look. It will spin down and that is a tornado!


      If you live in a tornado or bad wether area, get the Red Cross emergency app. It warned me of a tornado going through my area and can keep you and loved ones safe.


    • Member

      Sorry about slow reply, just got back from vacation.


    • Member

      What kind of instrument would you use to read ball lighting to understand it better?

      • Member

        Very Very sorry about that! I don’t know! Ball lightning is so fast that it’s very hard to observe it, it’s also very rare.

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