||Electrical activity in the atmosphere that occurs between clouds, causing a flash of light.
||A shower of small ice pellets emanating from the clouds.
||Water vapor that freezes in the form of crystals that descend from the clouds.
||The natural force that makes objects move towards the center of the earth.
||A lightning and thunder storm often with heavy rain.
||Condensed moisture that fall from the clouds in forms of drops.
||When something gets broken down because of water, wind or rain.
||The changes that happen in the air because of natural conditions.
||The distribution of moisture in the forms of rain, snow, sleet, ice or hail.
very destructive but short-lived windstorm in the form of a funnel-shaped
cloud that moves close to the ground destroying whatever is in its
||Exerting force on a surface or substance.
||A severe tropical storm, accompanied by thunderstorms.
||The rise and fall of the waters of the ocean that is a direct result of the connection between the moon and sun.