Tornadoes Do Not Form Over Water

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When most people swish water around in a bucket, they might see a tornado-like shape formed by water. This happens more than only in a bucket of water, we actually have tornadoes that form over beaches or any wet area that will support them. These tornadoes are most likely non-super cell. So, is it true? Can tornadoes really form over water? Yes they can, and these tornadoes are referred to as water-spouts; a waterspout is just a weak tornado that forms over water. In some cases these water-spouts move into land and become dangerous and maybe even deadly. This molecular structure is known to be one of the most deadliest of storms.
Most tornadoes are formed from thunderstorms. For a tornado to occur you need warm and moist air and also some

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