At one time, it was believed that thunderstorms were battles waged by Zeus. Thunderstorms occurred when Jotnar fought with Thor. Later, thunderstorms were thought to have been caused by an angry god.
They do not provide testable evidence.
The Ancient people did not know about the sciences we do today, so they needed explanations as to why things happened, such as thunderstorms, day and night, war, ect.
There are no specific names for thunderstorms. They are just thunderstorms.
yes volt mythological
There was a mythological creature in the woods.
Hail is a product of thunderstorms, but ost thunderstorms to not produce hail.
In russia, thunderstorms have you
In most cases they don't. In the cases that they do there is usually severe flooding. There are two possible explanations for such a scenario. First, thunderstorms move by the wind. If there is little wind to move the storm, then it will move very little. Another scenario is called storm training, where thunderstorms line up and move over the same area one after another, sometimes merging to form a continuous line of heavy rain.
Mythological means existing only in the imagination so, by definition, no mythological creature really exists.
Extreme Thunderstorms are thunderstorms with abnormally numerous cloud-to-ground lightning strokes.
Mythological Menagerie has 10 pages.
That is the correct spelling of "explanations".
Explanations are how something are made and explanations are more command like...
Radar is used to track thunderstorms by measuring vibrations caused by the thunderstorms. (:
There is a greater chance of rain with scattered thunderstorms.
There isn't a specific continent with NO thunderstorms, but Antarctica very seldom has thunderstorms.
How are people warned about the thunderstorms?
Thunderstorms can ocour anywhere in britain
No. There is no rating system for thunderstorms.
Tornadoes need thunderstorms to form.
Since mermaids are mythological beings, then the answer would be a mythological guess.
The entire book is a work of mythological fiction.
They can; isolated thunderstorms can produced brief bursts of severe weather, but most do not.
Thunderstorms. Tornadoes are a product of thunderstorms while a hurricane is composed of thunderstorms.