Tornadoes are some of the most dangerous forces of nature on Earth. Winds can swirl up to 300 miles per hour, destroying whatever is in their path. No matter the size of a tornado, any preparation or prediction is key for survival and mitigating damage. This book gives readers the facts behind what causes tornadoes and the reality of what happens when one hits. Real-life tornadoes are shown in examples and photographs, giving readers a front row seat to some of the most destructive tornadoes ever.