Amazing Fire Tornado Facts for Kids Video
Fire Tornado Facts
A fire tornado is almost similar to a simple tornado. The only difference is, it is made up of fire instead of air. It is more like a hurricane. A fire tornado can be defined as a whirling column fire in upward direction. It is also known as ‘fire devils’.
Quick Facts: –
- Fire tornadoes are rare but extremely disastrous.
- It carries smoke, flames and debris in upwards direction with a continuously increasing speed.
- An organized source of angular momentum from wind shear is a must for existence of a fire tornado.
- They are mysterious and highly dangerous.
- They occur when hot winds come into contact with bushfires that are already raging.
- Fire tornadoes can be seen forming around hills where the lee air is still and wind shear occurs.
- They are generally between 2m and 10m in length.
- Although fire tornadoes are dangerous but they give enough time and opportunity to animals to escape.
- They can be caused by bushfires.
- They can be extremely dangerous because the temperature can reach up to 2,000°F.
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