Chief Meteorologist Dan Skoff explains what gustnadoes are in this segment of Weather 101.
Although these whirls can look a lot like tornadoes they are not. Tornadoes are connected to the cloud base of the rotating mesocyclone in a supercell.
Gustnadoes form along the gust front from a thunderstorm hence the name gustnado. These storms are also much weaker than a regular tornado.
I hope you learned about gustnadoes and why they are different from tornadoes in this segment of Weather 101.
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Stay safe and healthy everyone!
Weather 101: Gustnadoes
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