|Soren Harward on 17 Jul 2017 18:01:19 -0700|
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|Re: [PLUG] Waaaaay Off Topic: Thunderstorm Movement|
So here's a question I've often wondered about, and was hoping someone in this
learned group could help me understand.
When a thunderstorm moves across the landscape, is it like a wave moving on
the ocean, or a inner tuber floating on a river? In other words, is it the
same moving air mass dumping rain as it moves, or is a storm an atmospheric
wave phenomenon that moves into new air all the time?
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