On this website you will find links to current, forecast, and archived weather for use at home and in the classroom. In addition, there are more than fifty online examples demonstrating severe weather phenomena and the mechanisms for their formation. Links to photo galleries, animations, and demonstration applets on all topics of severe weather can be found in the left menu of each page. The severe weather topics included are: droughts, blizzards, snowstorms, windstorms, tornadoes, hailstorms, downbursts, lightning, El Nino, La Nina, tropcial cyclones, hurricanes, floods, heat waves, cold waves, lake effect snowstorms, thunderstorms, freezing precipitation and ice storms.


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