The strongest storms the satellite observed were in areas east of the Rocky Mountains in the United States and east of the Andes Mountains in Argentina , where geography “is playing a very ...
June 15 marks 260 years since what is perhaps the most important thunderstorm in history: the storm when Benjamin Franklin discovered electricity.
We trudge back in time to revisit some of the worst winter storms in U.S. history. ... Major Blizzards in US History. We trudge back in time to revisit some of the worst winter storms in U.S. history.
Florida major hurricanes. The following major hurricanes either made landfall on the state as a major hurricane or brought winds of Category 3 status to the state. For storms that made landfall twice or more, the maximum sustained wind speed, and hence the highest Saffir-Simpson category, at the strongest landfall is listed.
The majority of the top 10 most fatal storms in U.S. history took place long before any of us roamed the earth. ... Hurricane Audrey is considered the strongest and only major hurricane to make ...
According to the Weather Channel, the worst thunderstorm in the U.S. in terms of cost took place on May 5, 1995 in Fort Worth, Texas. Hail damage alone was over $2 billion, not counting wind or rain damages. Prior to this, only hurricanes had damage figures in the billions.
History and Mystery of Lightning. ... In the pantheistic Hindu religion, Indra was the god of heaven, lightning, rain, storms and thunder. The Maruts used the thunderbolts as weapons. Umpundulo is the lightning bird-god of the Bantu tribesmen in Africa. Even today their medicine men go out in storms and bid the lightning to strike far away.
At a Glance. Major March Northeast winter storms are few, relative to the core winter months. However, they have also been among the most widespread, heaviest events of any month.
NESIS: Category 3 - Major. April 6-7 1982. Shutting down highways, offices and schools this weather event is considered the worst April snowstorm in local history. The April snowstorm was accompanied by heavy snowfall, high winds, blizzard conditions and most notably; extensive thunderstorm activity.
The cyclone rapidly strengthened to hurricane status on September 10th as a west-northwest motion brought Gilbert into the eastern Caribbean Sea. Gilbert passed directly over Jamaica on September 12th as a major hurricane, becoming the first direct impact for the island from a hurricane since 1951.