What is the difference between a tornado and a cyclone?

Cyclones and tornadoes are both stormy atmospheric systems that have the potential of causing destruction.

Tornado Cyclone
A tornado is a violent, twisted funnel of high-speed wind. A cyclone is a huge and powerful storm.
It is formed when a funnel-like column of cold air sinks down from a story cloud. A cyclone consists of a low-pressure area with high pressure all around.
Warm air rises up which whirls up causing high speed circulating winds. High-speed winds go around the centre violently and are accompanied by heavy rains.
They have a relatively smaller diameter. They have large diameters.

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