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Storms

GeographyStorms: a weather condition which involves, high winds, rains, snow, sand 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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Hurricane: An Atlantic Cyclone with winds of 72 miles per hour or greater. Tropical Storms are hurricanes in which the winds are less than 72 miles per hour.
Monsoon: A storm that happens in Southern Asia with massive rains and flooding.
Cyclone: A Hurricane that forms in the Pacific Ocean
Derecho: A violent string of thunderstorms with high winds rain and floods.
Thunderstorms A storm of lightening, rain and heavy winds. 
Ice Storms: A cold to freezing system in which temperatures drop and ice and snow form. 
Sand Storm: Usually are located in arid and semiarid regions, high winds pickup massive amount of sand and deposits it in another area. 
Lightening Storm: Usually associated with thunderstorms, they are caused by upper atmosphere disturbances and can result in fires, home and business damage. 
Flood: High levels of rainfall that result in a dangerous accumulation of water in streams, rivers, lakes, oceans and seas.
Snow Storm: High level of wind, snow and ice that results in blizzards and dangerous accumulation of the snow, with high levels of frost bit, hypothermia.
HurricaneWind and Rain
Storms that are caused by increased wind and rain activity. They can be Hurricanes, Cyclones, Monsoons, Derechos, Thunderstorms, Sand Storms, Flooding, Lightening and Snow Storms
TornadoTornado
A localized violent thunderstorm that has a funnel shaped.
Water Spouts A tornado type storm that forms in an ocean, bay, sea or waterway.
TsunamiTsunami
A gigantic violent wave that is often caused by a
seaquake. It is caused when an earthquake occures in a body of water and waves spread sometimes thousands of miles from the epicenter.
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