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Two houses were damaged by a tornado 200 meters high and 100 wide that appeared near Sombor on Friday. Meteorologist at the State Hydro-meteorological Bureau Nedeljko Todorović said that it was a so-called European tornado, which is not as strong as an American one. The appearance of such tornadoes is unpredictable and there can be no estimates as to when or where one would appear again, he said. The tornado, which was headed towards the village of Lugovo, passed through the Gradina community near Sombor. There is no exact information on when the last time was that a tornado appeared in Serbia, because the only records of tornadoes come from people who have seen them or the trails they have left.
Originally posted by lpowell0627
Also, I didn't know that "American" tornadoes were stronger than "European" ones.