- super- + storm (Wiktionary)
“I would suspect that the "missing link" in this story it's mentioned briefly at the end is that at that time, the whole area around Esperance was hit by what was called a "superstorm" - a once in a generation event - caused by the combination of a tropical cyclone from the north, and an Antartic storm from the south.”
“Just like a major earthquake, a superstorm could be a severe blow to the state's agriculture and to the water-supply system that now diverts water from the north to Southern”
“IN 'GREEN NEWS EXTRA' see links below: Scientists warn of a future "superstorm" in CA; Obama to discuss clean energy with Chinese premier's visit?”
“Combining advanced flood mapping and atmospheric projections with data on California's geologic flood history, over 100 scientists calculated the probable consequences of a "superstorm" carrying tropical moisture from the South Pacific and dropping up to 10 feet of rain across the state.”
“Scientists warn of a future "superstorm" in CA; Obama to discuss clean energy with Chinese premier's visit?”
“The most powerful solar storm in history, known as a "superstorm", occurred on September 1,”
“Now Alaska is facing its own climate-change-linked superstorm.”
“Geological Survey recently made quite a splash with its analysis that California could theoretically experience $300 billion worth of damage from a "superstorm.”
“Geological Survey recently made quite a splash with its analysis that California could theoretically experience $300 billion worth of damage from a superstorm.”
“Midwest storm: While effects of the Midwest superstorm wane, the analysis of it is just beginning.”
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