Pic3 - heavy rain and some hail combined with heavy winds...

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Name: Ramakrishna Dingari Student ID: 132-00-8257 Photo title (brief description): This picture shows storm clouds in Pennsylvania Photo Date: 03/13/2011 Time: Evening Location (as complete as possible): My family and I were driving to Pittsburgh to visit a couple of friends and I took this picture while we were on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Primary nature of event (circle one): a) Atmospheric b) Landscape Atmospheric Description of event (1-2 paragraphs): My family and I were driving to Pittsburgh, PA during spring break. On the way to spring break while we were on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, we ran into a storm system that appeared out of nowhere. These were the clouds of that system. Within minutes of their appearance, there was
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Unformatted text preview: heavy rain and some hail combined with heavy winds and lightning. For about ten minutes, the visibility was cut down to a few feet and it was impossible to see the in front of us we had to pull over and stop till the storm cell blew over. The conditions outside were very humid and hot before the storm but as soon as the storm cell blew over, the temperature dropped was much cooler and a lot less humid. Pages in textbook where the phenomena is discussed: Pages 200-203, Physical Geography-A Landscape Appreciation, Tom L. McKnight and Darrel Hess. 9 th Edition. Citation of related reference: http://www.fema.gov/hazard/thunderstorm/index.shtm...
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2011 for the course PSYC 311 taught by Professor Mayhew during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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