"Tornadoes, unlike hurricanes, do not get named. A hurricane is an unwelcome houseguest, one you see coming. You can watch it from afar, learning it's habits and its nature. The hurricane is the enemy you know well enough to hate, the lover who inevitably betrays. The tornado is the stranger at the door, with a knife. It has not features, no habits, no face.
"Names have power; to name something is to domesticate it, or to try. Naming a tornado would be like naming a shadow."