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I found this an interesting thought, but because i'm no expert on tornados, my answer might be complete rubbish. I wouldnt've thought it possible that the two could happen at the same time? Merely because the pressure and heat of an eruption would surely be enough to blast a tornado out of the way? Would a tornado even form, given the change in the air or atmospheric conditions?