Session 2 Practice Question Grade 3 English Language and Arts - Skill Builder + FSA Rehearsal

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Read the passage and view the illustration to answer the question.

Tornadoes

Tornadoes occur when a warm front and a cold front collide. Most tornadoes are formed from supercells, which are powerful thunderstorms. More tornadoes occur in the United States than any other country. The strength and severity of a tornado is measured by the Fujita Scale. This scale rates tornadoes from F0-F5. An F5 tornado is the strongest most damaging tornadoes with possible wind speeds reaching up to 318 miles per hour. An F5 tornado can knock down large structures made of concrete and steel such as multistory buildings. Even the mildest tornadoes F0 can cause noticeable damage. It is important to remember that no matter the ranking of the tornado, all tornadoes are dangerous and can be devastating.

From the chart and the passage which category of tornado has the ability to cause extreme damage to large building?