Make your own thunderstorm at home! Watch a convection current form right before your eyes. | Weather Science For Kids

How Do Convection Currents Form Experiment - Weather Science (Video)

Make your own thunderstorm at home! Watch a convection current form right before your eyes. | Weather Science For Kids

50 National Geographic Photos - Award Winning Photography Examples

50 National Geographic Photos - Award Winning Photography Examples

This is an awesome picture. Supercell Thunderstorm by Sean Heavey, nationalgeographic: A supercell thunderstorm rolls across the Montana prairie at sunset. This was a winning shot in the 2010 National Geographic Nature Gallery Photo Contest.

Definitely a meeting of the major mages of weather. Might have been a routine late afternoon thunderstorm forming, singular a Squall line. Whatever airmass is below is very heavy and not budging. The clouds layering suggests it stubbornly wants in, has tr

Definitely a meeting of the major mages of weather. Might have been a routine late afternoon thunderstorm forming, singular a Squall line. Whatever airmass is below is very heavy and not budging. The clouds layering suggests it stubbornly wants in, has tr

Learn how thunderstorms form with this simple hands-on science experiment.

What Causes a Thunderstorm? Simple Science Experiment

Learn how thunderstorms form with this simple hands-on science experiment.

How Thunderstorms Form, And What A Safe Distance Is For Your Plane

How Thunderstorms Form, And What A Safe Distance Is For Your Plane. This has information about thunderstorms that can be presented to the class in a fun new way. Maybe if someone's parent was a pilot they could come in and talk about this in class.

Photographers: Diego Fabriccio Díaz Palomo; Ken Summers Summary Authors: Diego Fabriccio Díaz Palomo; Ken Summers; Jim Foster   The panoramas at top and bottom show attention-getting mammatus clouds over San José Pinula, Guatemala and Lasham, Hampshire, U.K., respectively. Mammatus clouds such as these can form when downdrafts in a thunderstorm complex push against a storm cell's base. On occasion they're observed on the underside of cumulonimbus anvil clouds. It may look as though a funnel…

Photographers: Diego Fabriccio Díaz Palomo; Ken Summers Summary Authors: Diego Fabriccio Díaz Palomo; Ken Summers; Jim Foster The panoramas at top and bottom show attention-getting mammatus clouds over San José Pinula, Guatemala and Lasham, Hampshire, U.K., respectively. Mammatus clouds such as these can form when downdrafts in a thunderstorm complex push against a storm cell's base. On occasion they're observed on the underside of cumulonimbus anvil clouds. It may look as though a funnel…

Learn how thunderstorms form with this simple hands-on science experiment.

What Causes a Thunderstorm? Simple Science Experiment

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Whoa! Watch A Spectacular Supercell Take Form In Wyoming on Sunday. (5-18-14)  It is absolutely spectacular — the stuff of science-fiction movies. Time lapse video.

Whoa! Watch A Spectacular Supercell Take Form In Wyoming

Wild Wyoming Cloud Wows Weatherwatchers May 20 2014 Storm chasers catches this incredible cloud on film! This was a supercell updraft thunder storm. Time-lapse video shows supercell thunderstorm take shape Extreme.

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Explore the many forms of extreme weather covered in the Extreme Weather Series, including floods, hail, thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanoes, winter storms, and avalanches. #homeschoolscience #homeschooling #unschooling #elearning #onlinelearning #weatheractivitiesforkids

Sometimes very ominous in appearance, mammatus clouds are harmless and do not mean that a tornado is about to form; a commonly held misconception. In fact, mammatus are usually seen after the worst of a thunderstorm has passed.

MAMMATUS clouds are most often associated with the anvil cloud & severe thunderstorms. They often extend from the base of a cumulonimbus but may also be found under altocumulus, altostratus, stratocumulus, & cirrus clouds as well as volcanic ash clouds^

So I REALLY liked Voltron! (it has a little slow start but man once things start they start!) Sadly no season 2 is announced yet (even tough I am pretty sure a second one MUST be in the work seeing...

So I REALLY liked Voltron! (it has a little slow start but man once things start they start!) Sadly no season 2 is announced yet (even tough I am pretty sure a second one MUST be in the work seeing.<<<Space dad makes me happy

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