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UNSW : UNSW Atmosphere Study Guide
Atmosphere Study Guide 10 Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re still in Kansas The U.S . leads the world list for tornadoes, with an average of more than 1,000 recorded each year. Most of these occur in ‘Tornado Alley’ that spans the central states. No stranger to emergency situations, Kansas sits in the heart of Tornado Alley, contributing about 50 tornadoes a year to the national average and also suffering from the most powerful. Above: a powerful lightning bolt strikes beneath a supercell storm. Below: striated shelf (or Arcus) clouds form along the leading edge of a thunderstorm’s gust front. Engage