What is the difference between a tornado and a cyclone?
Differences between a tornado and a cyclone:
|1. A tornado is a violent, twisted funnel of fast-moving wind.||A cyclone is a massive, powerful storm.|
|2. When a funnel-like column of cold air sinks down from a story cloud, it forms.||A cyclone is made up of a low-pressure area surrounded by high pressure.|
|3. Warm air rises and whirls, creating high-speed circulating winds.||High-speed winds whip around the centre, accompanied by heavy rains.|
|4. They have a smaller circumference.||They are quite large in diameter.|