Weather Questions tagged “thunderstorms” (remove tag filter)
Question: What's the difference between isolated thunderstorms and scattered thunderstorms? — David Thoenen
Question: Can the winds of a derecho come from various directions during the same storm? The derecho that passed through southernmost IL on May 8, 2009 left trees and powerpoles lying down in all directions. — Rhonda Rothrock
Question: Can you have lightning without having any rain? — Robert
Question: Is heat lightning usually a sign of a coming storm? — Mackenzie
Question: As the weather geek in the family, I regularly check the NWS weather discussions. I noticed in the one this morning that the meterologist said he noted some "accas" outside the window. What is "accas?" — John McAllister
Question: Why can't tornadoes occur in bow echos? — Cameron Whitaker
Question: Is North Carolina suitable to see the type of storm called a derecho? — Dominique
Question: I just heard about a storm called a derecho. Would you explain more about it? — Ann Rogers
Question: What is the difference between a supercell and a severe thunderstorm? — Scott Mills
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