What is a violent thunderstorm?
The power of a thunderstorm is measured by the velocity of the winds in the storm. The faster the winds the more violent the storm. A thirty MPH wind ruffles the leaves. A hundred MPH wind damages or destroys structures. Wind speeds can exceed a hundred and fifty MPH in a Tornado or Hurricane
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