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A ground tornado was spotted in New Mexico, which can be seen in the video player above. Here are some characteristics and how to stay safe when they happen. A ground tornado is a type of tornado formed by a cloud of thunderstorms that is still growing. This tornado has a narrow condensation tunnel that develops differently. For land tornadoes, there is no swirling updraft inside the tornado. Earth tornadoes typically start near the ground, as opposed to traditional tornadoes that form from cloud bases and move toward the ground. Damage from such tornadoes tends to be minimal. If you are threatened with a tornado, the best thing to do is to bottom out yourself and others inside the building.

A ground tornado was spotted in New Mexico, which can be seen in the video player above. Here are some characteristics and how to stay safe while they happen.

A ground tornado is a type of tornado that forms from a cloud of thunderstorms that are still growing. The condensation tunnels of this tornado are narrow and develop differently.

For Earth tornadoes, there is no swirling updraft within the tornado. Earth tornadoes typically start near the ground, as opposed to traditional tornadoes that form from cloud bases and move toward the ground.

Damage from such tornadoes tends to be minimal.

If you are threatened with a tornado, the best thing to do is to bottom out yourself and others inside the building.

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