Tornadoes, hurricanes and lows rotate counter-clockwise here...what about the southern hemisphere?
Hurricanes and low pressure systems do spin counter-clockwise in the northern hemisphere. Tornadoes usually do, though not always. The behavior of the intense thundershowers that produce tornadoes does occasionally result in clockwise-rotating tornadoes...but not very often. The opposite is true in the southern hemisphere-each of the types of weather mentioned-hurricanes, lows and tornadoes rotate or spin clockwise south of the equator. The reason is what's called the Coriolis force, which is the result of our planets' rotation...or spin.