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When many people think about tornadoes, they often think of the U.S. Great Plains region, but the little known fact is that there were over 1,500 tornadoes reported in the United States last year.

Tornadoes are violently rotating columns of air from thunderstorms that reach the ground and cause significant damage to nearly anything in its path, with reported wind speeds of more than 200 mph at their most violent.

Are There Different Types Of Tornadoes?

According to The National Severe Storms Laboratory, there are generally two types of tornadoes: those that come from supercell thunderstorms and those that originate from non-supercell storms.

Supercell thunderstorm tornadoes are the most common, and often the most dangerous.

The other type is a non-supercell tornado, which is a land spout that has a narrow, rope-like condensation funnel that forms, and typically dissipates quickly.

Land spouts are like waterspouts that occur over land and tend to do less damage than their supercell counterparts.

Tornadoes are measured in EF levels 0-5 and have varying winds ranging from 65 mph at their lowest to over 200 mph at their most severe.

What Are The Most Common Types Of Tornado Damages?

Tornadoes are very unpredictable and can move through an area quickly, leaving complete devastation in its path, or bounce from neighborhood to neighborhood, randomly wreaking havoc on portions of a city, while leaving other areas untouched.

When tornadoes touch down, the damages can include:

Broken windows
Destroyed concrete structures
Downed trees and power lines
Doors removed from hinges
Ripped shingles and roofs
Toppling vehicles
Torn gutters
Upended mobile homes

Additional damage from tornadoes can come from their strong winds and the flying debris they create. There is virtually no limit to the destruction that can occur during a tornado, which can include complete devastation to homes, businesses, and other property throughout the state.

These large-scale weather events can leave residents without homes or businesses in seconds, and when it is time to contact the insurance company to file a claim, has an entire team devoted to getting you the recovery you deserve.

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If your home or business has been damaged by a tornado and your insurance company is undervaluing, delaying, or denying your claim, contact our insurance claim adjusters at by calling (844) 967-8676 today to schedule a free consultation and learn how we can produce solutions for your unique recovery needs.

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