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my question was, what is the difference between, a hurricane,a tsnaumi, and a tornado

Hi Tyron

A hurricane is a tropical storm that forms in the tropics and has 74 mph winds or more; it is also a large scale storm of a thousand miles or more.

A tornado is a small scale storm of anywhere up to a half mile wide and has winds of up to 300 mph or so. They form under and as a part of a thunder storm that isalso a part of a squall line:

A tsunami is an ocean wave that is generated from the sea floor upheaval from an erthquake:

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Donald Rosenfeld


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