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tornado juice

n. whiskey; strong whiskey. This “tornado juice” smells like antifreeze.
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Also, since a given tornado may travel over multiple counties, the dataset isn't strictly the number of tornadoes, but rather number of tornado segments.
The study used a large (194 cases) and geographically expansive data set of tornado-proximity (within 80 km and 2 h of initial tornado touchdown) soundings from 2003-11 to investigate how a host of tornado forecast parameters (33) vary between F1-F2 (weak) and F3+ (strong) nocturnal and daytime tornadoes.
The man was reportedly driving down the highway when a tornado blew about 20 cars that were parked at a nearby junkyard onto the freeway.
For many of us, our first image of a tornado is that of the one chasing Dorothy and Toto in the classic film "The Wizard of Oz.
MAKE A TORNADO P PLAN "Talk to your parents and make sure everyone in the family knows what they need to do" in case a tornado strikes, says Dr.
The National Weather Service ranks tornado intensity using the Enhanced Fujita Scale.
But researchers at Florida State University (FSU) may have answers, thanks to a model they developed to more accurately gauge tornado risk.
The tornado that struck Joplin, Missouri, on May 22, 2011, killed 158 people and injured more than a thousand.
They had to be "long-track" storms (traveling at least 20 miles) and rank at least F3 on the Fujita scale of tornado intensity--that is, strong enough to throw cars.
WE HEADED north on Highway 17 in western Alabama knowing that a destructive tornado was only a quarter-mile away and closing fast on us at 60 miles per hour.
The infamous June 9, 1953, Worcester County tornado has been replaced in the record books by Sunday night's devastating twister in Joplin, Mo.
If the first quarter is any indicator of likely tornado activity for 2008, insurers may be headed for another long season of increased claims activity and high catastrophe losses.
On May 25, 2008, a rare, large and destructive EF-5 Tornado, based on the Enhanced Fujita Tornado Scale, created a 43 mile long path across Butler and Black Hawk counties killing eight people, injuring dozens and causing several millions of dollars worth of destruction.
A tornado usually is seen as a rotating funnel-shaped cloud extending toward the ground from the base of a thundercloud.