Ionized ring currents transform the rotational momentum of moving charges into a dipole field along the ring current rotation axis with like polarity pole to ring current ions along the rotation axis away from the anticlockwise rotating ring current face and like pole to electrons along the rotation axis away from the clockwise rotating face.
Tornadoes begin as anticlockwise ring currents of ionized droplets in rotating storm cells along electrified storm fronts which transform rotational velocity into a dipole field along the rotation axis with opposite polarity pole attracting ring current ions toward the ground transforming the ring current into a funnel cloud.
Cloud and ground surfaces along electrified storm fronts are charged with electrons which induce monopole charge in the same instant and repelling forces between like charges on the field lines of twin phase electrons draping cloud and landscape surface between cycles inducing a compressing force on storm cells which float close to the ground.
The repelling force between electrified clouds and ground surfaces repels ground charge from rain-shadow surfaces inducing a voltage potential attracting cloud electrons to rain-shadow surfaces. When a funnel cloud extends below the lower surface of an electrified storm cell the rotational velocity increases as the funnel cloud radius decreases, which increases the force of the field attracting cloud ions toward the ground and increases attraction of the field to rain shadow surfaces.
When a funnel cloud touches the ground cloud field lines are grounded and the voltage potential along the funnel cloud rotation axis powers a current surge of ground charge which spirals clockwise up field lines inducing dipole moments which catastrophically increases the force of the dipole field attracting cloud ions toward the ground, and transforming the cloud vortex into a tornado.
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