What Are Thunder and Lightning Storms?

Answer Thunder and lightning storms occur when hot and cold air mix within the atmosphere, forming large clouds. More commonly referred to simply as "thunderstorms," these storms may be separated into two... Read More »

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What state has the most thunder storms?

Florida is the state that has the most thunderstorms each year. After Florida, other states of the southeast have the next highest number of thunderstorms during the year. These include Georgia, Al... Read More »

Is there frequently thunder during snow storms?

According to National Geographic, the occurrence of thunder and lightning during a snow storm, also referred to as "thundersnow," is a relatively rare weather phenomenon. Most likely to appear in e... Read More »

Will a common black snake seek shelter from thunder storms?

Black rat snakes (Elaphe obsoleta) are not particularly concerned about getting rained on, although they are by no means inclined to dwell in standing or rising water. Thunder shakes the ground an... Read More »

What is the difference in how Direct TV and Cable TV respond in lightning storms?

No. They will not due to the receivers being linked to a specific account number. This account number is called a CID. The CID is actionable to a specific lease agreement, that is specific to the r... Read More »