Oklahoma tornado captured in a 1898 photo.

"Oklahoma tornado captured in a 1898 photo." -- Actually it's a photoshopped picture of the Waynoka, Oklahoma tornado.

Tornado coming our way ! A great reason for storm cellars on farms.

Tornado coming our way ! A great reason for storm cellars on farms. glass cube with a storm, this could be a great image to reference!

Fire Tornado | Fire-Tornado Pictures: Why They Form, How to Fight Them

A fire tornado swirls near a chimney on the roof of a burning house Fire tornadoes occur when intense heat and turbulent wind conditions combine to form whirling eddies of air. These eddies can.

"illogical" by franthenanny ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring backgrounds, tornado, pictures, other, oz, ranya mordanova, pic, images, home and kitchen & dining

"illogical" by franthenanny ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring backgrounds, tornado, pictures, other, oz, ranya mordanova, pic, images, home and kitchen & dining

oklahoma tornado pictures - Nature it's a wonder and something to be respected and feared.

oklahoma tornado pictures - Nature it's a wonder and something to be respected and feared.

Gif Animé Plaisir Passion                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Gif plaisir passion

I found this collage on 5th Grade Art with Mrs. Brown. I don't think I'll use it, but the detail is pretty awesome.

Tornado Collage - good cross curricular with weather systems - Grade Art…

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Are my grandkids and daughters and there husbands ok? There is a tornado coming your way! Leave right away!

Fire Tornado | Fire-Tornado Pictures: Why They Form, How to Fight Them

Wild Winds: A firenado comes close to homes during the massive Corona Fire in 2008 in Yorba Linda, Calif. Strong Santa Ana winds destroyed homes and charred thousands of acres around Southern California.

A rare mother ship cloud formation hovers over Childress, Texas. Tornado chasers there spent seven hours and 150 miles (240 kilometers) tracking the supercell thunderstorm that produced this cloud formation. Supercell thunderstorms are known to spawn tornadoes with winds exceeding 200 miles an hour (322 kilometers an hour).

A rare mother ship cloud formation hovers over Childress, Texas. Tornado chasers there spent seven hours and 150 miles kilometers) tracking the supercell thunderstorm that produced this cloud formation.

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