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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Supercomputer Modeling of Tornadoes

  • Aired: 06/28/2017
  • 49:08
  • Rating: TV-G
Leigh Orf, Associate Scientist in the Department of Space Science and Engineering at UW-Madison, discusses how supercomputer modeling provides a means to better understand how tornadoes are formed. Orf explains the anatomy of a supercell thunderstorm and how it can become a tornado.
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Leigh Orf uses supercomputer models to show how thunderstorms can produce tornadoes.
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