Volcanoes By: Ky'ara james

Thunderstorms - There are up to 2,000 thunderstorms happening on Earth as we speak. And about 45,000 thunderstorms happens each day, the U.S. has about 100,000 every year.

Thunderstorm Formation - The formation of a thunderstorm forms when it's warm and humid 9wet0 air rises. This formation has three stages and the first stage is Cumulus Stage, and that's when warm air rises "updrafts" and the clouds grow bigger. The second stage is Mature Stage and that's when he clouds is at it's biggest and has a large amount of water also precipitation occurs. The third stage is Dissipating Stage and that's when precipitation cools the clouds down and then the storm dies.

Tornadoes - It's a violent windstorms that form a vortex. In the U.S. there are about 770 every year, most of the tornadoes occur from April through June and they form along with severe thunderstorms. The Fujita scale measures the strength of all tornadoes and this comes after tornadoes.

Tornado Formation - This formation has three steps to is, the first one is a thunderstorm begins and warm air rises. Second step is warm air begins to rotate and that's called mesocyclone. The third step is air begins to roll creating the vortex. A vortex is rotating column of air that comes from a very large cloud, that's called cumulonimbus cloud.

Hurricane - This is the most violent storm on Earth, and have wind speeds at least 119 km per hour and 70 miles per hour. Hurricanes get all there strengths from water, and the U.S. has about 5 every year, there are about 86 worldwide.

Hurricane Formation - This formation must have warm water temperatures that create warm/moist air. It has five steps and the first one is it begins as a bunch of thunderstorms. Second step is warm air from the storms moves to the center and rises creating clouds. Third steps is clouds form a ring, which is also a eye wall. Forth step is the ring spins and grows, the final step is the storm dies once and it goes far into the land.

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Ky'Ara James
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