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Articles about storm

Lifestyle
by godfather25
9 years ago
Storm Watches for Men

Sleek and contemporary are some of the adjectives used to describe Storm watches. This fashion company that was founded in London. They're a global fashion company that are founded in numerous of countries worldwide. Their watches are one of their primary products that they sell world wide to millions...

Technology
by weianow
8 years ago
The Lure of Storm Chasing

This article discusses the activity of storm chasing. It outlines the typical chaser and reasons for chasing storms as well as what type of storms people are interested in chasing.

Lifestyle
by pickinatcha
6 years ago
How to Become an Amateur Storm Chaser

Severe weather and storms are a universal phenomenon that play a part in the lives of everyone.   Severe weather enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies from all walks of life are drawn to storm chasing.  Some pursue it as a hobby, and some actually make it career.  There are various levels...

History
by LittleTwoTwo
5 years ago
Canadian Disasters: Newfoundland's Hurricane of 1775

In 1775 present day Canada's Newfoundland suffered a storm like they had not seen before. It is still Canada's worst natural disaster and eighth worst for all Atlantic Hurricanes. Four thousand dead, communities and families destroyed and damages in the millions (todays value).

Entertainment
by egdcltd
5 years ago
Movie Review: Into the Storm

A freakish storm devastates an Oklahoma town with a multitude of tornadoes.

Environment
by ksilvers
8 years ago
Solar Flares

What are solar flares and how do they affect us?

Technology
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
The November Leonids Meteor Shower

Can you imagine looking up at the night sky in awe as you watch a hundred thousand meteoroids streak by every hour? This has happened over the centuries when the earth has passed through the Leonid Meteor Showers each year around November 17. ...

Technology
by Piruli
9 years ago
The Worst Hurricanes in the United States

Hurricanes are large tropical storms with heavy sustained winds exceeding 74 miles per hour and large areas of rainfall. It forms and intensifies over tropical oceanic regions. The strong winds and excessive rainfall can produce abnormal rises in sea levels and flooding. Below you will find the top...

Lifestyle
by Adrn0919
9 years ago
Dangers of Snow and Ice Storms

Most people would agree watching snow fall is beautiful as well as relaxing. Snow can be the most wonderful natural decoration as long as it is observed from inside the house. Once venturing outside, if you do so for working or playing in the snow, it can be a...

Environment
by Deborah-Diane
9 years ago
Our Oceans and Urban Runoff

If you live near the ocean or any other major waterway, urban runoff can be a serious concern.  Urban runoff is the water that flows through our storm sewers and ends up in our rivers, lakes and oceans.  In California, and many other places, it is not uncommon for beaches to be closed periodically because of bacterial contamination.  Although the beaches can be closed because a sewer line has failed, the most frequent reason is because of a heavy rain.  It is usually recommended, in fact, that swimmers and surfers stay out of the water for at least three days following a storm.

History
by ksilvers
8 years ago
The Devastating Storms of April 27, 2011

The storms that hit the south in April 2011.

Lifestyle
by MikeMoyer
9 years ago
Hurricane Survival Kits: How to Build A 72 Hour Survival Kit

Everybody should have a plan in place in the event of a natural disaster. However, with an average of 6 major hurricanes threatening the US coasts every year, there is no reason not to be prepared. If you live along any coast, especially along the Gulf Of Mexico, you...

Home & Garden
by Holly Blanton
7 years ago
History
by Wayne Wallace
7 years ago
Into The Eye: Hurricane Hunters' Stormy History

The legendary Air Force Hurricane Hunters have been flying into dangerous storms for nearly seven decades. This article traces the squadron's origins and rich history. The article also discusses mission aircraft and day-to-day operations.

Technology
by Lithium77
7 years ago
Mother Nature: Thunderstorms

An undeniable wild and extreme force of nature, thunderstorms can be both amazing and deadly all at the same time. The thick, black clouds associated with thunderstorms have the potential to generate the same amount of energy as a small nuclear bomb. That is hundreds and hundreds of megawatts of energy being released in a single thunderstorm. A thunderstorm is defined as a storm that contains both lightning and thunder which is caused by unstable atmospheric conditions. At any given time there are 1800 thunderstorms raging in the world, and annually there are around 16 million thunderstorms.

Technology
by zig25
8 years ago
The Science Behind the Bermuda Triangle

Even though many people like to fantasize about the cause of the Bermuda Triangle having to do with aliens or other exotic rationale, the numerous disappearances of planes and ships in the region can be explained through scientific evidence.

History
by tkmcdonald
7 years ago
In The Year I was Born-The Tracy Tornado of 68

The Fujita Scale is a classification system used to categorize the intensity of Tornadoes.  One of the worst tonadoes is an F5, which according to the Fujita Scale is considered an “Incredible Tornado.”  This type of Tornado has a wind speed of 261-318 mph.  The damage that can be caused by this incredible weather phenomenon would be objects the size of cars flying through the air like missles in over 100 meters.  Reenforced concrete building would have severe damage and homes would likely be obliterated.

Environment
by NYWriter
7 years ago
Hurricane Sandy Damage Photos

So Hurricane Sandy has struck the northeast, and it done more damage than I think anyone expected. Here on Long Island, many homes and cars are destroyed, power is out for 1 million + people, and I am hearing that dozens of people have died. I probably won't have internet for much longer so I wanted to share some of these pics I took from South Nassau County on Long Island.

by Noble Dave
7 years ago
Steps and Precautions to take before a Hurricane

Tips and steps to take before a hurricane or emergency arrives.

Home & Garden
by cattleyasource
8 years ago
Hurricane Resistant Trees for Florida and the Gulf Coast

Hurricanes are one of the most devastating natural disasters that affect lots of gardeners and property owners in the Southern and Southeast United States. Every year, hurricanes and tropical storms topple majestic trees and cause heartaches for gardeners. Not all trees are as likely to succumb to the brutal effects of wind as others, however. Select the right trees to improve the chances of your trees surviving the next hurricane. Researchers have found that some trees possess features that help them resist the damaging winds of hurricanes and high winds.

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