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Tornado rips through western NSW — what are tornadoes and what do we need to know?

By Dale Dominey-Howes, Professor of Hazards and Disaster Risk Sciences, University of Sydney
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Australia has expansive areas of flat land — usually agricultural land — and it’s over these large, flat areas that tornadoes like to form.

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