3 edition of On the nature of thunderstorms, and on the means of protecting buildings and shipping... found in the catalog.
On the nature of thunderstorms, and on the means of protecting buildings and shipping...
Harris, William Snow Sir.
Microprint copy of the London edition of 1843.
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Yes essentially. A severe thunderstorm watch means severe thunderstorms are possible. A tornado watch means tornadoes are possible. Severe thunderstorms can . Thunderstorms can be short-lived (30 minutes to 1 hour) single-cell storms, or can be an organized series of severe thunderstorms with large hail, strong winds, and tornadoes that last many hours. Because of this, the Midwest has played, and continues to play, a large role in the understanding of thunderstorms and severe thunderstorms.
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