Tornadoes


Tornadoes begin as anticlockwise ring currents of ionized cloud droplets which transform the angular momentum of ring current ions into dipole magnetic moments which induce their sum as a dipole magnetic field along the ring current rotation axis with opposite polarity pole to ring current ions attracting ring current ions toward the ground and transforming the ring current into a funnel cloud.

Funnel cloud rotation speed is powered by the angular momentum of the rotating storm cell and increases as funnel cloud diameter decreases toward the ground and transforms angular momentum of funnel cloud ions into dipole moments which increases the attractive force of the dipole field attracting cloud ions toward the ground.

supercell hook

Storm cells and ground surfaces along electrified storm fronts are charged by electrons which cycle through singularity in the same instant and induce opposite polarity charge to the planetary field and repelling forces between their like monopole charges on the field lines of twin phase electrons which drape cloud and ground surfaces between cycles.

Electrified storm cells float close to the ground cloud electrons repel ground charge from rain-shadow surfaces inducing a voltage potential attracting cloud electrons to rain-shadow surfaces.

Tornado dynamics

When a vortex touches the ground circuits are opened between field lines draping vortex surfaces and field lines draping ground surfaces. The repelling forces between electrons trapped on ground surfaces and attractive force of the like polarity pole of the vortex field to the planetary field powers a current surge of ground charge which spirals up vortex field lines transforming the voltage potential between cloud and ground into magnetic moments which catastrophically increases the voltage potential attracting cloud ions toward the ground, and transforming the vortex into a tornado.

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TORNADO OUTBREAK MARCH 3 2019
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GEOMAGNETIC STORMS & BRIGHT ARCTIC AURORAS FEB 28-MAR 2, 2019
Earth is inside a fast-moving stream of solar wind flowing from a wide hole in the sun’s atmosphere. This is causing intermittent G1-class geomagnetic storms and bright auroras around the Arctic Circle. Our planet is expected to remain inside the stream for another 24 hours, at least, with a 40% chance of additional geomagnetic storms on March 2nd.

400+ TORNADOES FROM ALABAMA TO FLORIDA MAR 3, 2019
Over the course of 6 hours, a total of 41 tornadoes touched down across portions of Alabama, Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina. The strongest of these was an EF4 tornado that devastated rural communities from Beauregard, Alabama through Smiths Station, Alabama to Talbotton, Georgia, killing 23 people and injuring at least 100 others

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TORNADO OUTBREAK OF MAY 2019
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EXPLODING FILAMENTS INDUCE 4 EARTH DIRECTED CMEs MAY 10-11 2019
Three and possibly four CMEs are en route to Earth following a series of explosions near sunspot AR2741. The most potent so far occurred on May 12th when a filament of magnetism surrounding the sunspot became unstable and erupted. The blast zone was more than 220,000 km in diameter:

CLASS G-3 GEOMAGNETIC STORMS AND BRIGHT AURORAS MAY 14 2019
A surprise geomagnetic storm erupted during the early hours of May 14th when a crack opened in Earth’s magnetic field. Solar wind poured through the gap, igniting auroras over northern-tier US states. Paul Nelson photographed the display from the shore of Lake Superior near Marquette, Michigan:

200+ TORNADOES DEVASTATE THE US MIDWEST MAY 19-29 2019
The tornado outbreak sequence of May 2019 was a prolonged series of destructive tornadoes and tornado outbreaks affecting the United States over the course of nearly two weeks, producing a total of 392 tornadoes, including 51 significant events (EF2+).

WEATHER DYNAMICS