Thanks to new technology we know much more about tornados than we ever have. Have you ever wondered what they looked like on the inside?
The University of Wisconsin-Madison has taken the time to make the simulation in the video below to give us a much better understanding of how tornados are structured. This is quite interesting to watch.
The person behind this simulation is Leigh Orf, he is a scientist that leads a group of researchers that are able to use computer models to reveal the moving parts inside of a tornado as well as the supercells that create them. This team was able to create an intense in-depth visualization of this and how supercells form and spawn inside of tornados.
I have never seen anything like this before. It is truly mindblowing, to say the least, I could see simulated tornados such as this one leading to a breakthrough sometime in the near future. See this amazing simulation for yourself by taking the time to watch the video below.