Wind damage from large, violent tornadoes often varies significantly from location to location. In some cases, some homes in a neighborhood may be completely decimated while other homes had minimal damage. What is the best explanation for this phenomenon?
(a) Large rows of trees can sometimes protect homes
(b) The supercell underwent rapid updraft cycling, which caused the tornado to dissipate and immediately reform 30 seconds later.
(c) The large tornado had suction vortices that missed some homes
(d) Some of the homes were located closer to a river, which are known to scare tornadoes away