Can you outsmart a tornado? Take our quiz

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Every year, more than 1,100 tornadoes are spotted in the United States. If you see a funnel cloud, what should you do? Take our quiz.

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1. A "tornado warning" means that ...

The National Weather Service issues a tornado warning when a tornado has touched down on the ground (or has formed a waterspout over water) and has been seen by an individual or by radar. Warnings will include the location, expected path, and speed of the tornado.

The National Weather Service issues a tornado warning when a tornado has touched down on the ground (or has formed a waterspout over water) and has been seen by an individual or by radar. Warnings will include the location, expected path, and speed of the tornado.

The National Weather Service issues a tornado warning when a tornado has touched down on the ground (or has formed a waterspout over water) and has been seen by an individual or by radar. Warnings will include the location, expected path, and speed of the tornado.

The National Weather Service issues a tornado warning when a tornado has touched down on the ground (or has formed a waterspout over water) and has been seen by an individual or by radar. Warnings will include the location, expected path, and speed of the tornado.

Wind speeds in a funnel cloud have reached more than 100 m.p.h.

 

A tornado has been seen on the ground by a person or radar

 

Conditions are perfect for a funnel cloud to form

 

None of the above

 
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