A tornado hit the South hard on Easter Sunday, just because By the National Weather Service. Three days later, a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration(NOAA)satellite image taken a long scar left by the day is a strong password.
The image shows a 68-mile-long scar in Mississippi, this is the land crushed by the EF-4 tornado, the second-most destructive type of tornado.
At the same time, in Georgia, an Easter tornado Moving house To the middle of the road.
Spring time tongue twisters in the Gulf Coast States. A tornado usually forms from a dangerous type of rain with a rotating updraft, known as a super. Meteorologists can predict the chaotic atmospheric conditions, will produce a super Lattice, and thus the potential for violent tornadoes.