severe thunderstorm

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  • Severe thunderstorms can occur at any time of the year though mainly during the spring months.
  • Severe thunderstorms can occur at any time of the year but are most common during the spring months.
  • Severe thunderstorms do occasionally cross over the city during the summer.
  • At the camp we had a severe thunderstorm which lasted for about four hours. Cited from Journal of Landsborough's Expedition from Carpentaria, by Landsborough
  • Severe thunderstorms are common during this season as cold fronts pass though the area.
  • During the event, a severe thunderstorm in the area caused the pay-per-view broadcast feed to black out.
  • They are most often associated with a localized low-pressure region within a severe thunderstorm.
  • While severe thunderstorms are most common in the spring and summer, they can occur at just about any time of the year.
  • It proved one of the most severe thunderstorms remembered in the country. Cited from The Dominion of the Air, by J. M. Bacon
  • Play was interrupted during the first round due to a severe thunderstorm.
  • The next day, more severe thunderstorms fired up, but severe activity shifted east and south.
  • Rain is common, and is often accompanied by strong or severe thunderstorms.
  • The southern portion of the storm produced severe thunderstorms with numerous tornadoes reported.
  • Due to a severe thunderstorm, the power went out during the event, resulting in only two matches being shown on pay-per-view.
  • Each year, many people are killed or seriously injured by severe thunderstorms despite the advance warning.
  • Severe thunderstorms can occur from any type of storm cell.
  • A severe thunderstorm caused large scale power, TV and radio station outages across the islands.
  • Severe thunderstorms sometimes occur, particularly during the spring months.
  • Environment Canada issued a severe thunderstorm watch for most of southern Ontario as a result.
  • Just before the noon hour, severe thunderstorms began forming west of downtown Chicago.
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