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GeographyStorms: a weather condition which involves, high winds, rains, snow and possible flooding. Storms are projected to become more severe and more common as the Earth's climate changes in the remainder of this century.
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Electrical Nature of Storms Deadly Storms by Ann Weils
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Storm Surge and Tidal Flooding: When a hurricane strikes a land mass it brings with it a rising wall of water that will inundate the coast and cause massive damage and possible death. A high tide can enhance it's effect.  
High Winds: Many storms such as hurricanes and tornadoes have as its basic nature high winds, that can reach hundreds of miles per hour destroying buildings, knocking out power, felling trees and cause death and injuries to humans and other animals.  
Tornadoes: Hurricanes can have tornadoes in them and can also increase the chances for damage.  
Heavy Rain and Flooding: Monsoons, Hurricanes, Derechos and other similar storms can bring devastating amounts of water, sometimes in feet.  
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