|Definition||:||Tornado Vortex Signature|
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What does TVS mean?
Tornado Vortex Signature (TVS) or Tornadic Vortex Signature (TVS), is used to describe a radar signature associated with a rotating updraft within a thunderstorm that may lead to the formation of a tornado.
TVS is a meteorological term used by weather radar operators and meteorologists to identify areas of a storm that may contain a tornado.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of TVS in Weather Radar?
The full form of TVS is Tornado Vortex Signature
What are the full forms of TVS in Academic & Science?
Transient Voltage Suppression | Tornado Vortex Signature | Topological Vector Space | Trinity Valley School | Triggered Vacuum Switch
What are the full forms of TVS in Worldwide?
Transient Voltage Suppression | Tornado Vortex Signature | Topological Vector Space | Triggered Vacuum Switch
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