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Table of Contents: nWnWater Cycle nTnThunderstorms nMnMudslides nHnHurricanes nTnTornadoes nBnBlizzards nAnAvalanches Web Resources
Water Cycle n Evaporation n Condensation n Precipitation n Accumulation
Thunderstorms n Dark Clouds n Lightning n Rain n Thunder
Mudslides n Down-pour of rain n Loose earth n Hills/Mountains
Hurricanes n High Winds n Ocean moisture n Thunder n Lightning n Rain
Tornadoes n Still, hot air n Funnel clouds n Hail n High winds
Blizzards n High winds n Snow n Drifts n Accumulation
Avalanches n Snow n Mountains n Sound
Web Resources n n n n n n n
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