Severe Weather 2


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  • And know, to hear about the severe weather from our many reporters!
  • A tricking sound is played to represent the sound of heavy rain
  • Low pressure systems and their associated cold fronts can generate strong winds and heavy rain. That heavy rain and strong winds might possibly lead to flash flooding, too
  • A crashing, heavy sound is played to resemble ocean waves
  • Hurricanes are caused by high wind speed,and more precipitation than usual.
  • Three basic ingredients are required for a thunderstorm to form: moisture, rising unstable air, and a lifting mechanism.
  • Lightning sound representing thunderstorms
  • A booming, crashing sound is created to resemble the thunderstorm
  • Thunderstorms develop when warm, humid air near the ground is lifted by attracting surface winds and rises quickly in an unstable atmosphere.
  • Winter Weather: The three ingredients to create a winter storm is: The moist, damp air to create clouds and precipitation Lift. What’s lift? Well, lift helps that moisture rise to create clouds and help with the process of precipitation, too. Cold, frigid air. If the air is cold enough, below the freezing point to be exact, and with the other ingredients, the winter weather will commence!
  • A light, drizzle sound is played to resemble snow
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