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1.Where does wind com from & how does it blow? 2.Facts about tornados 3.How are clouds formed? 4.pictures
How is wind formed & how does it blow? Wind is formed by hot air in the equator rising until it hits the north & south pole, then it starts moving with the earth which forms wind.
Facts about tornados Tornados are formed by hot and cold air chasing each other around and around. Another name for a tornado is a twister. Tornados can be included in storms
How are clouds formed Clouds are formed by the sun evaporating water, the steam gathers to form a candy floss looking cloud. So basically clouds are water.
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