electrical storm

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electrical storm

[i′lek·trə·kəl ′stȯrm]
(meteorology)
A popular term for a thunderstorm.
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Now she has to wrap up in survival blankets and wear rubber boots during electric storms to stop the pain becoming unbearable.
As expected it moved north on the hottest day of the year in Cardiff which resulted in the electric storm.
James Menzies was terrified of extreme weather after being locked out by his sister during an electric storm.
The twister was captured off the beauty spot of Three Cliffs Bay, Gower, late on Sunday by amateur photographer Steve Pleydell, within minutes of an electric storm, heavy rain and hailstones.
By way of illustration, over in Kentucky some of the big commercial stud farms have a damage-limitation strategy in place in the event of an electric storm.
8 White Noise, An Electric Storm (Island) The rediscovery of the year for me.
These can cause serious injury when used outdoors during an electric storm.
After the break, an electric storm erupted on stage as Dylan and the band went into overdrive.
Father-of-two Simon Jennings, 46, of Foulsham, Norfolk, was working near his home when an electric storm broke.
An electric storm passed over on Wednesday evening.
There was an electric storm and I had to run fromthe bar and hide in my bedroom.
Due to the vagaries of the Berkshires' weather, complete with a violent electric storm outside the Ted Shawn Theatre on July 18, Bolero was cancelled as the finale because of the numerous lighting cues required for the multimedia effects.