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electrical storm

[i′lek·trə·kəl ′stȯrm]
(meteorology)
A popular term for a thunderstorm.
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It has more angular headlights, a single-slat radiator grille with thin strips of chrome, a new lower bumper that incorporates two air intakes, a shark fin antenna, new alloy wheel designs and three additional paint colours called Silver Sky Metallic, Black Currant Metallic and Electric Storm Blue.
Was the famous 'Iron Church' even safe in a predicted electric storm based on Tomasz's predictions?
An electric storm forced the England and Honduras players back into the dressing rooms midway through the first half.
"Electric Storm," a 66 by 152-inch diptych completed in January of this year, establishes the view across the East River from Greenpoint, but its real subject is the storm of the painting's title: its electrical charge and its power.
"We just wanted some rain but we didn't have any the whole time we were there, only an electric storm.
ELECTRIC STORM : Graeme had to get a "real" job as his golf career flagged but he's reached new heights in Tulsa
He was found by a passer-by shortly after an electric storm.
Bolts from an electric storm struck within a minute at two properties on the same row in Quaking Houses, near Stanley, County Durham.
Marilyn Robinson's Conversation in gouache and water colour on paper is similarly controlled and Emma Walsh's Electric Storm also worth mentioning.
Best of all, an electric storm was coming up across the lake, lightning and all.
At the heart of the album lies the nine-minute Nobody Girl which starts as a minor-chord strum and builds into an electric storm. Catch him live at Birmingham's Academy 2 on Tuesday night.
Squall is generally associated with a local thunder or electric storm. It can be properly described as violent, turbulent, gusty type of weather often associated with heavy rainfall.