to bump into another mass with force
tornado cloud that is wide at the top and narrow where it touches the ground
having a sharp, pointed edge or outline
the flash of light in the sky when electricity passes between clouds or between a cloud and the ground
flat, open grasslands
to swirl in a circular motion
serious or extreme in nature
crackling with intense heat
rotating columns of air accompanied by whirling funnel-shaped downspouts that can cause great destruction
tall cactuses native to the American Southwest
the way someone or something is
job a person does to make a living
upward-moving current of air
whirlpools made of rotating air or water
having many vortices at once
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