Thunderstorm Activity

Some articles on thunderstorm activity, thunderstorms:

Hurricane Kenneth (2005) - Meteorological History
... the Intertropical Convergence Zone — a belt of thunderstorm activity across the eastern Pacific Ocean — and on September 13 its associated ... After being previously removed from the primary thunderstorm activity, the circulation became situated beneath a persistent area of deep convection ... convection had dissipated, excluding a small area of thunderstorms to the southeast of the center ...
Hurricane Bud (2006) - Meteorological History
... northerly wind shear and dry air, which inhibited the development of thunderstorm activity ... The convection surrounding the center deepened, and a burst of thunderstorm activity within the southeastern eyewall obscured the eye on satellite imagery ... that was about 23 mi (37 km) in diameter, which was enveloped within by a complete ring of deep thunderstorms ...
Tropical Depression Ten (2007) - Meteorological History
17, the system produced widespread thunderstorm activity over the Bahamas and western Atlantic Ocean ... into the northeastern Gulf of Mexico, along with limited and disorganized thunderstorm activity ... better organized, with a well-defined band in its eastern semicircle and intermittent thunderstorm activity near the center ...

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