- n. Plural form of thunderstorm.
“I have been intimidated by the police, stood out in thunderstorms and called every name in the book yet I am still going strong.”
“A line of showers and maybe thunderstorms is possible as the cold front sweeps through during the afternoon into evening.”
“Nonetheless, a broken line of showers and thunderstorms is likely to move into western Virginia, western Maryland and the far western suburbs between about 9 p.m. and 2 a.m.”
“These winds are simply associated with the front and are separate from and possibly not as strong as the winds that may develop in thunderstorms passing through overnight.”
“He said that there may be an underlying upward trend out there (particularly in thunderstorms) but that most of the increase in this chart is from improvements in data gathering.”
“Updrafts within thunderstorms push rain high into the cloud where very cold air freezes it.”
“The reason that they seed the large thunderstorms is so that it rains and the storm loses energy so that it will not produce hail, which would damage the crops.”
“The start of the game was delayed for 41 minutes because of lightning as thunderstorms from the remnants of Hurricane Humberto passed through the area.”
“As an amateur meterologist I am always amazed at the thermodynamics involved in thunderstorms/hurricanes/tornados.”
“It may not utterly ruin thunderstorms for you;) (Reply to this) (Parent) what comes to mind royinpink”
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