This emoji depicts a large tornado ripping from the sky. Use it to show chaos in your life or use it literally when there is a tornado warning in your immediate vicinity. Just make sure to seek shelter first!
Codepoints: 1F32A FE0F
Introduced: May, 2014 in Unicode version 7.0.0 (Emoji version 0.7)
Sometimes when you get lost in the fog, you end up in a beautiful place, but you may also end up on the side of the road..so be careful when there is foggy weather. The cloud-like, dewy fog is hard to see through and may block something from the naked eye.
Rain rain go away. Oh wait, that a full-blown lighting storm. The cloud with lighting and rain emoji represents a bad storm. You can use this emoji to describe dangerous weather or an intense storm like a hurricane or tropical storm. Take cover, you don’t want to get soaked by the rain.
It’s spinning out of control! While there may be no hurricane winds, the cyclone emoji might blow you away. Be careful, things could get dangerous. Use this emoji when talking about tornadoes, cyclones and other windy storms. You can also use it to describe someone who is very messy.
Gather around the campfire, but first set up the tent. If you love the outdoors, then camping is life. Make sure to have a good quality camping tent so it doesn’t rip or blow away. Don’t forget the bug spray and watch out for bears!