Weather Formations By: Darion Kitchen

Thunderstorms form when warm, wet air rises.
The first stage of a thunderstorm is the Cumulus stage, thats when warm air rises and the cloud grows bigger.
The second stage of a Thunderstorm is the Mature stage. Thats when the cloud is at its biggest. has a large amount of water and thats when precipitation happens.

The last stage of a Thunderstorm is the Dissipating stage thats when the precipitation cools cloud down and the storm dies.

A Tornado is a violent windstorm that form a vortex.

A thunder storm begins and warm air rises.

Warm air begins to rotate (called a mesocyclone).

The air begins to roll creating a vortex. Thats what creates a Tornado

Hurricanes must have warm water temperatures that create warm/moist air

Hurricanes begins as a bunch of thunderstorms.

Warm air from storms moves to the center and rises creating clouds.

Clouds form a ring (eye wall).

The ring spins and grows

The storm dies once it goes far into land.

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