Have you ever felt a warm wind blow by you, followed by a cold gust of air? You can’t see it, but you can sense it on your skin. Invisible to you, winds mix together.
Usually, these winds are harmless. But under the right conditions, they can also be the main ingredients for a tornado.
To learn more, I chatted with Jon Contezac, Craig Oswald, and Joe Zagrodnik, a team of Washington State University scientists who are very curious about the weather.
To make a tornado, they explained, you need two big things: rising air and rotating air.Read More ...