I had no clue that Japan even got tornadoes.....here is some amazing video footage:
A new report showing the damage left:
and in other news, Japan has shut down the last of its nuclear reactors:
Japan Shuts Down Last Nuclear Reactor
Nearly 14 months after a powerful earthquake and tsunami triggered the most severe nuclear accident since Chernobyl, Japan is shutting down the
last of its nuclear reactors. After the accident, the Japanese government imposed safety tests on all nuclear power plants.
But the thing is, the people don't want them turned back on.....so what will happen (well, 30% of Japan's electrical power is from nuclear, so if
they don't turn them back on, then they will be experiencing some blackouts)
Tornadoes form where warm moist air is trapped underneath a layer of cold, dry air. This instability is upset when the warm bottom layer gets pushed
up — either by heating near the ground, or by an influx of cold air.
2. Where do tornadoes form?
Tornadoes can occur almost anywhere in the world, but the United States is the country with the highest frequency of tornadoes.
About 1,000 tornadoes hit the United States each year.
Talk about getting kicked while your down. Japan is getting hammered. I saw this on the news this morning and I could not believe it! I don't
remember ever hearing about a tornado in Japan. They must wonder what is going on.
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