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  Posted on: Friday, December 14, 2018
New Research May Upend What We Know About How Tornadoes Form
Homeland Security Today
Tornadoes may form from the ground up, rather than the top down. 

That could sound counterintuitive. Many people may picture a funnel cloud emerging from the bottom of a dark mass of thunderstorms and then extending to the ground, atmospheric scientist Jana Houser said December 13 in a news conference at the American Geophysical Union meeting.

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