Tornadic Storms

Tornadoes are one of the few absolute “don't go there” types of weather for pilots. Nonetheless, to best avoid them we should probably know a bit about them.

Whether you’re in meteorology school or ground school, the tornado undoubtedly captures the attention. I’ve often noticed how a room goes silent when a conversation about this topic begins. Popular weather articles describe the tornado in terms of collisions between the air masses, jet streams, and fronts, and then go on to describe how to […]
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