What is weather?
Weather is a series of events, such as rain or snow, that occurs on or near a weather station.
The weather station, or location, is usually located in a town or city, such a, Chicago, or Los Angeles.
Some examples of weather stations include:A storm is a natural disaster that is caused by a meteorological phenomenon.
A tornado is a tornado caused by the Earth’s rotation.
A solar storm is the Earth being orbited by a super solar storm.
The weather station is usually situated in a city or town, such, Portland, or Las Vegas.
Weather stations can also be located near natural disasters, such:Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico in September 2017, causing damage to the infrastructure of the U.S. territory.
A small storm surge washed away trees and flooded streets and buildings in Miami, and the storm surge damaged more than 500 homes.
Hurricane Irma hit the Caribbean island of Martinique in late June 2017.
A tropical storm force wind gusts of up to 85 mph hit the islands of St. Kitts and Nevis and the French islands of Saint Martin.
A wildfire in New Jersey on April 17, 2018.
An explosion in New York City on January 28, 2019, destroyed at least four buildings.
Winds and snowfall from a tornado or storm surge can also cause serious damage to a building, causing it to collapse.
Rain can be caused by thunderstorms, tornadoes, or hurricanes.
Storms, tornados, and hurricanes can cause severe damage and destruction to buildings.
When a hurricane hits, it can cause extensive damage, including flooding and damaging structures.
Storm surges can cause serious erosion and can damage buildings, bridges, power lines, and other infrastructure.
Storms and tornadoes can also affect power grids, transportation systems, water supplies, and communications systems.
More than 1,400 people were killed and more than 100,000 were displaced by Hurricane Maria, the strongest storm to hit the U-S.