How do Tornadoes Form/Tornado Formation for Kids/Tornadoes for Kids

How do Tornadoes Form/Tornado Formation for Kids/Tornadoes for Kids

Learn about the formation of a Supercell Thunderstorm Tornado and it’s destructive power with this fun educational music video for children and parents. Brought to you by Kids Learning Tube! And don’t forget to sing along!

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Lyrics:
Tornados are rapidly rotating columns
Of air
that form inside Supercell storms
With you this I will share

When they connect with the ground
As a funnel of cloud
They are officially tornados of which
I am very proud

Tornados began with a powerful thunderstorm I’ll tell
These thunderstorms are not normal they are called Supercell’s

Supercell Thunderstorms reach up to over 50,000 feet in height
Bringing high force winds Giant hailstones And great flashes of lighting so bright

Supercells are great at causing tornados under specific conditions.
I’ll explain the recipe for a Tornado?
This is my mission

Any storm is formed when condensation occurs
The byproducts of this are clouds
Which happens to be the norm

Rising air’s the first ingredient needed
to form a tornado
Let’s take a look I will explain how it develops in this show

Condensation releases heat
This heat becomes the energy
that drives huge upward drafts of air
To start the formation of me

The more condensation and the bigger storm clouds grow
The more powerful those updrafts become this is something you should know

In Supercell’s this rising air mass is really strong you see
As air climbs it can change direction and start to move more quickly

If there’s a lot of Moisture, a huge cloud base develops it’s bizarre
Giving the tornado something to feed off if it gets that far

When all of these things are in place a vortex develops I assure
It forms a wide tall tube of spinning air
That gets pulled upwards

This is called a Mesocyclone Which is what you’re seeing here
But, to become a tornado it has to touch the earth down there

Outside cool, dry, sinking air starts to wrap around the back of
this Mesocyclone Forming a Rear Flank Downdraft from above

This scenario creates a temperature difference between
The air inside the Mesocyclone and the air outside you see

This builds a level of instability
allows a tornado to thrive
Then the lower part becomes tighter increasing wind speeds it drives

This funnel of air moves down into that large moist cloud base at the bottom of the storm It sucks it in and turns it into a rotating cloud that is formed

This forms a link between the storm that created me and the earth
When that spinning cloud touches the earth it becomes a tornado’s birth

Tornados are rapidly rotating columns
Of air
that form inside Supercell storms
With you this I will share

When they connect with the ground
As a funnel of cloud
They are officially tornados of which
I am very proud

Most tornados don’t live long
And only have some power
They Produce winds between 65 to 110 miles per hour

Some others last over an hour
And are much stronger than
These produce a destructive 200 mile per hour wind

When tornados are that big and fast
They destroy everything that’s in its path
Then people have to deal with their destructive aftermath

When the temperature difference we discussed does Disappear to none

Or when the moisture in the air dries up
The storm loses momentum
And pulls it’s tornado back inside
Then it’s done

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