Severe weather

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Severe weather

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Severe weather includes hard winds, precipitation (rain, snow, hail) or extreme temperatures.


Hurricanes, cyclons, typhoons; storms have many names around the world. These can close down whole countries, and make extreme damage.


Thunder and lightning are most prevalent in the tropics; South America, Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia.


Surprisingly, fog is the most lethal kind of weather in some parts of the world, much because of traffic accidents.

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