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Why do we have thunderstorms?

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Emily Gill

We have thunderstorms when an air mass becomes so unstable that it overturns (convects) violently. "Unstable" means that the air in the lowest layers is unusually warm and humid, or that the upper layers are unusually cool, or oftentimes, both.

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Why do we have thunderstorms?

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