Below is a collection of posts which explains the very basics of storms, how they form, and their anatomy. This series asks some basic questions about storms and answers them in a way everyone can understand. As such, this series is intended for beginners, novices, and possibly even intermediate weather lovers and knowledge seekers. This is a constant and ever-growing series which will attempt to tackle several different topics over the course of its lifetime.
You’ve probably heard the saying a million times by now: the sky glows green because there is hail in the storm. Or you’ve also possibly heard a green sky means [...]
One of the more confused distinctions for beginning storm spotters and observers are wall clouds versus shelf clouds. I have had numerous times chasing with newer [...]