severe storm

severe storm

[si′vir ′stȯrm]
(meteorology)
In general, any destructive storm, but usually applied to a severe local storm, that is, an intense thunderstorm, hail storm, or tornado.
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I was never cast away nor distressed in any weather, though I encountered some severe storms.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced that federal disaster assistance has been made available to the state of Vermont to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe storm and flooding from October 29 to October 30, 2017.
During his tenure at NSSL, he recruited some of the finest minds in severe storm meteorology and radar meteorology, who have attacked many important scientific problems and developed techniques for probing severe storms.
A severe storm sweeping across Bangladesh killed at least 24 people and injured dozens more, mostly in Bogra district in the northern part of the country, police and officials said on Sunday.
Kiju said that if people in the path of a severe storm are judging the risk based on the storm's name, then this is potentially very dangerous.
Severe Storm, 41 4,000 2,350 Tornadoes (PCS 67) 4/28129/2012 U.
Research meteorologists at Purdue University are using climate models to study future weather conditions that would most likely produce a severe storm.
One pair of nominees so reported to the newspaper was Morgan and Jerry Shelton, whose real estate company was damaged by the severe storm, causing them to move their business to their home.
A Met Office spokesman said: ``We have a huge low pressure area moving in from the south and it looks as though we could be in for severe storm conditions in some places with winds of up to 80mph and heavy rain.
A severe storm had been expected to hit southern England today, with forecasters predicting winds of up to 90mph and torrential rain.
The rebel leader turns out to be an uncooperative madman and the first battle with the Natividad must be broken off due to a severe storm.
A T-44 King Air suffered Class A damage during a severe storm at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, on 23 October 2002.

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