thunderstorm day

thunderstorm day

[′thən·dər‚stȯrm ′dā]
(meteorology)
An observational day during which thunder is heard at the station; precipitation need not occur.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This same location coincides with that found in the first thunderstorm day climatology constructed by Court and Griffiths (1982).
If a thunderstorm was observed at least at one station on a given day, this day was considered as a thunderstorm day (TD).
Thompson said Monday could be a big thunderstorm day: Computer models show cold air aloft moving into the area at the same time that hot air - which forecasters believe will cause a heat wave next week - is arriving.
The procedure allowed entering all thunderstorm cases which yielded more than one entry into the thunderstorm cases for the months that had more than one thunderstorm day. On the other hand, there was one entry per month in the non-thunderstorm cases, the maximum wind for the given month.
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* Thunderstorms happen nationwide (even in Alaska), but Florida has the most with 80 to 100+ thunderstorm days a year.
46 But the place which has recorded most thunderstorm days in a year is in Uganda, where in the early 1970s Tororo had on an average 251 days of thunderstorms.
Although there were more airborne fungal spores during summer than spring, the number of spores was greater on thunderstorm days than on non-thunderstorm days in each season.
Although there was a slight increase in the air-pollutants, ozone and nitrogen dioxide, during thunderstorm days, it was not statistically significant.
Although there were more fungal spores during summer than spring, the number of spores was greater on thunderstorm days than on days without thunderstorms in each season.
Denver averages 42 thunderstorm days a year (75 in the mountains on the continental Divide), Tucson 40, Phoenix 25, Boise 15.