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Oklahoma Tornado Video: Raw Footage Of Deadly Oklahoma Tornado

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  1. Well a hurricane is really just a fancy word for a big tornado. It's like a tornado only really huge, so huge that it has other, smaller tornadoes inside. Big tornado or "hurricane" winds can reach over 3000 MPH and lift entire structures, plunging them back down thousands of miles away. In fact, the Mall of America is so named because it used to be in Alabama until a hurricane hit and moved it to Indiana.

  2. This is a tornado. Hurricanes come from the ocean and generally stay along the coasts. Hurricanes are wide spread and involve a lot of water. Tornadoes are dry (usually) and are smaller, more contained cyclones of wind. That's the simplest way to explain it.

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