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According to USA TODAY, the difference between isolated and scattered thunderstorms is determined by the probability of precipitation. If the chance of precipitation is less than 30 percent, then the National Weather Ser... More »

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Uganda is the country that has the most thunderstorms. The northern Lake Victoria of Kampala in Uganda experiences the maximum number of thunderstorms, at 242 days per year on average, compared to any other country in th... More »

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Forty-five thousand thunderstorms occur on a daily basis around the world. Two thousand thunderstorms are taking place on Earth at any given moment in time. More »

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Types of storms include blizzards, hail storms, heavy rain storms, ice storms, lightning storms and thunderstorms. Each type of storm requires a certain level of preparation to keep people and animals safe and minimize d... More »

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Scattered thunderstorms cover a large area and are likely to include several storm rounds. Storm chaser Adam Lucio explains that "scattered" and "isolated" descriptors have no bearing on a thunderstorm's actual intensity... More »

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Hurricane Katrina started in the Bahamas initially as an area of thunderstorms. On August 23, 2005, this was upgraded to a tropical depression, meaning that it had become more organized as a storm. More »

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Hailstorms occur anywhere thunderstorms do, but in the United States, they occur with the greatest frequency in the southern and central-plains states. "Hail alley," an area lying predominantly within the states of Texas... More »

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