Tuesday, August 7, 2012


Supercells are usually isolated storms which can last for hours at a time. Sometimes they split into two storms, one to the left and one to the right of the wind currents. They are known to drop huge amounts of hail, and rain with incredible winds, and are often responsible for causing tornadoes as well. Supercells are the carriers of huge hailstones that are often reported, and can and do occur anywhere in the world. They are most frequently sighted in the Great Plains of the United States.

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