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    A very violent thunderstorm is raging outside, but that’s not stopping this cyclist from taking his day’s journey. After gearing up and strapping the water-resistant iPhone 7 to his bike. His facial expression shows that he’s confident, fearless and determined enough to sail out into the storm knowing his iPhone won't wither away like the witch getting drenched in water. The Apple iPhone 7 ad “Morning Ride” appeals to a brave, fearless, athletic audience by using a thunderstorm, fearless expression

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    to better predict and mitigate damage. The formation of a hurricane is very complex with many conditions that need to be met in order for it to properly form. A tropical thunderstorm is what starts it all. Occasionally, a few thunderstorms begin orbiting around an area of low pressure (warm area). These rotating thunderstorms are referred to as a tropical depression. If the depression increases in strength so that its winds reach 39 mph, it is classified as a tropical storm. Then, if wind speeds

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    outside in a gigantic thunderstorm with wind speeds up to 300 mph. Suddenly, violent, rotating columns of air extend from the sky, reaching all the way down to the ground. The funnel shaped twisters starts destroying large buildings and homes alike. They uproot trees, and vehicles race through the air for miles. These channels of intense wind are called tornados. In an average year, 1000 tornadoes are reported nationwide. On the afternoon of Friday, April 14th, a supercell thunderstorm in Texas created

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    Have you ever wondered how they form? Hurricanes form in the late summer and fall when the sun heats the ocean water to over 82 degrees fahrenheit. Most hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean start off the west coast of Africa as thunderstorms. Strong winds combine with the thunderstorms to create a tropical storm. As the storm moves over the ocean, it sucks in warm water like a vacuum which gives power to the storm. When the wind speeds reach 75 miles per hour or higher the storm becomes a hurricane.

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    Natchez Tornadoes

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    2014). Tornadoes create large amounts of damage and are deadly to people if they are not prepared properly. To begin, there are many causes of tornadoes. A tornado is a dangerous rotating column of air stretching from a thunderstorm cloud to the ground. Before they occur, a thunderstorm has to hit. The warm,

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    both have rain, both have strong winds, and both have low air pressure inside the storm. More similarities are they both rotate counterclockwise in the northern hemisphere and clockwise in the southern hemisphere. Also they both are classified as thunderstorms, and they both produce rain and wind. I could go on and on with differences and similarities. As you can tell I 've read a lot of great sources and I 've learned a lot about

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    earth with a great range in death tolls. Here’s a list of the few catastrophic natural disasters that have changed the lives of many on earth: Tornadoes: Tornadoes form in conjunction with thunderstorms in places where there is moist, warm air ahead of easterly-heading cold fronts. A large thunderstorm that encounters certain atmospheric conditions can produce tornadoes. Tornadoes are one of the most ferocious and fascinating natural weather phenomena. These remarkable weather patterns are famed

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    However, there is actually a particular weather phenomenon that is like a combination of lightning and a volcanic eruption. Sounds pretty scary but it is actually real. It is called a dirty thunderstorm but also known as thunder volcano or volcanic lightning. It is basically a type of thunderstorm, but the lighting doesn't come from the storm clouds, instead it is actually generated within the ash cloud that comes from the volcano, which is known to be the process of charge separation According

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    Five Types Of Tornadoes

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    During a violent thunderstorm, a tornado can be formed when hot and cold air mix together in the lower atmosphere. A tornado touches down on the ground, sucking up all the wind in the air. It is like a giant vacuum. The intensity of the tornado will increase to five levels. Tornadoes can touch down to the ground like a giant vacuum and cause massive destruction. Tornadoes are common in midwest, but they can happen anywhere. To start with, a supercell is a system that produces thunderstorm, and if it

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    On the other hand, atlantic storms are very unpredictable; weather and rough waves can easily cause major destruction to ships and planes. “Weather (thunderstorms, hurricanes, tsunamis, earthquakes, high waves, currents, etc.) bad luck, pirates, explosive cargoes, incompetent navigators, and other natural and human causes are favorites among skeptical investigators” (Carroll). Nobody denies that a waterspout is a tornado except, it’s on the ocean. They can throw water from the ocean’s surface thousands

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    They can be extremely dangerous, or just an amazing sight. Things like volcanic lightning, "As if volcanic eruptions or lightning weren’t bad enough on their own, they can sometimes come together to form volcanic lightning, also known as a dirty thunderstorm.” (8 Amazing Natural Phenomena, Lisa Winter). Using scientific tools to measure certain signs, like small shocks being sensed by today’s seismic sensors to indicate an earthquake.

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    According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), hurricanes, or tropical cyclones, are storms that usually in warm ocean waters with low vertical shears, or winds that do not change in speed as it travels up in the atmosphere. This phenomenon begins with a small distribution of rain clouds above warm sea water that eventually builds up into a tropical storm, with wind speeds reaching 63 kilometers per hour. Under the right conditions, the storm will gain rapid wind speeds of

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    Metaphor Of The Storm

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    The Metaphor of the Storm Have you ever experienced storm? It can be risky at times since it causes unpleasant weather. A storm is inform of strong wind which is not as strong as a hurricane but stronger than a gale. According to Kate Chopin’s story ‘The Storm’ there were people who were affected by a strong storm which led to heavy rainfall that ended after sometime. This heavy rainfall made people afraid of their safety and the safety of their loved ones. However, the storm was over and everyone

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    In these day, hurricane is the one of the most terrifying disaster that occur on many countries in this world, it can cause damage and harmful to people. Hurricane is a huge storm that form above the ocean then move to the land and we call it “hurricane” when the wind speeds reach up to 74 mph. However, these storm are call in different names depends on the location that they occur. For example, we call it “typhoon” in Pacific Ocean, “cyclone” in Indian Ocean, etc. In these essay, we will point on

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    In Chopin's "The Storm", she discretely uses the fierce storm that is taking place as a description of the character's emotions Chopin states that Bobinot and his son Bibi have made a trip to the store when the storm approaches, because the storm looks as if it is going to be rough, they decide to wait it out at Friedheimer's. Calixta, Bobinot's wife is not aware of the fast approaching storm at first, but when it finally comes to her attention she hurries to get the laundry from outside. Just as

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    If you live in the Midwest, tornados are often a common occurrence. Parents start teaching their children the do’s and don’ts during a tornado as early as possible. Although most of it is common sense, a few rules do not occur to some during the chaos of a tornado. If you’re inside a building, go immediately to a storm cellar, basement, or the lowest building level. Most houses in a tornado area will have storm cellars or basements. However, if you 're in a building without a basement, go to a

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    Hurricanes are much more dangerous than tornadoes. There are certain that a hurricane that can do much more damage than a tornado. There are many differences between a hurricane and a tornado but yet a few similarities between both. Hurricanes and tornados have a few similarities. They are both considered tropical cyclones. Both have very strong winds that can do a lot of damage. They are measured by wind speed. Hurricanes and tornadoes both do rotating winds. Both can cause a lot of damage.

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    Windstorm Forest Muir

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    A Windstorm in the Forest by: John Muir In A Windstorm in the Forest by John Muir, we learn that he is very passionate about the wilderness. He writes about going on an adventure; his adventure takes place in Mount Shasta, California, one of the Sierra Mountains. The author begins the story by explaining how as he was out enjoying a walk he came across a path where a hurricane had occurred. Interested in what the road had to show he continues to explore it he then comes across the valleys of the

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    INTRODUCTION Catastrophes affect humanity all the time but two of the most memorable in history are Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Harvey. Hurricanes are first seen from the satellite. This means that the hurricanes are spotted right away, it gets predicted where its going to impact first and how strong it can be when it hits the ground. These hurricanes are extremely dangerous because of its high-speed winds it comes with and the amount of rain produced by them, this makes it worst because they

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    In the short story “To Build a Fire”, Jack London uses naturalism and determinism to develop the plot. Naturalism pits the protagonist against the harsh conditions of the natural world that cares so little for humans. Determinism in this short story expresses that all outcomes result from a predetermined fate that the protagonist is bound to. The unnamed protagonist needed to have specific skills to be able to survive in these harsh conditions, but this protagonist had too many weaknesses and not

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