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Types of Weather Disturbances?

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There are numerous different types of weather disturbances. They can range from mild to severe. A gentle spring rain shower is considered to be a weather disturbance. At the other end of the spectrum, a Category 5 hurricane is also a weather disturbance. Usually when referencing a weather disturbance, this means a type of adverse weather condition. This could mean rain, snow, or stormy conditions such as tornadoes. There are some geographic areas, such as Tornado Alley in the US, that are more susceptible than others to different types of disturbances.
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