What are the main meteorological phenomena? What are its effects and impacts? Discover the weather in all its forms in this video.
Lightning during thunderstorms usually falls on high points. The power of a flash is 20 GigaWatts, or the power of 20 nuclear power plants.
Another phenomenon: The tornado. On the ground, a tornado can move at 100 km/h. An F5 destroys everything in its path. Winds in an F5 can reach 510 km/h. Fortunately, F5s represent only 0.3% of tornadoes.
The Fujita scale is used to classify tornadoes. It is graduated up to 12.
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