Tornadoes are one of mother natures most fierce powers on the planet. Their high speed winds have the ability to destroy buildings, uproot trees and even hurl cars into the air. Most tornadoes form from supercell thunderstorms. A supercell, unlike most average thunderstorms, contains the key ingredient in the making of tornadoes: a spinning column of air at its center, called a Vortex. With the right conditions, these supercell thunderstorms can produce tornadoes in a matter of minutes, making them dangerous and hard to predict.