TORNADO in a jar experiment

Remember to just add a small amount of dish soap or it might get to cloudy.

 

The swirling motion you give the jar forms a vortex and is a easy way to create your own tornado. You can add food coloring or glitter to add some awesome tornados.

 

Tornado alley is region in the Central United States where tornadoes often occur. The states of Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri are in Tornado Alley.

 

The Fujita Scale
In 1971 Dr T. Theodore Fujita developed a scale to classify a tornado’s speed and potential for damage. Tornadoes are rated on the Fujita scale after they have passed through an area and damage has been assessed.

 

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