Cracking the Mystery of How Thunderstorms Work

Cracking the Mystery of How Thunderstorms Work
Tim Isbell/The Sun Herald via AP

Many clouds form when warm wet air rises to high altitudes where it gets colder and condenses into water droplets. Thunderstorms happen when a cloud forming in this way quickly grows very large, sucking in more and more water vapour. There almost always follows precipitation and strong gusty winds.

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