Simple Refutation of the Convection Model of Storm Theory

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Re: Simple Refutation of the Convection Model of Storm Theor

Unread post by ElecGeekMom » Wed Jul 05, 2017 9:16 pm

Chickenmales wrote:2) Does lightning ever strike in the same storm as a tornado? This is probably an easy question to find the answer to on the internet, but I ask it anyway. :)
Yes. I would say it's not rare for there to be lightning in a tornadic storm.

If you ever watch tornado shows in The Weather Channel, and the storm chasers are chasing at night, they often remark about how hard it is to see the tornado at night until lightning flashes. You can see it in their videos.


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