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synonyms for microburst

  • sudden downdraft
  • veering wind
  • wind shift
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How to use microburst in a sentence

Supercell storms may also draw down momentum from the fast winds aloft to the ground, creating localized pockets of straight-line wind damage, or microbursts, as noted above.
SEVERE WEATHER THREAT ENDS AFTER DAMAGING TORNADO IN ANNAPOLISJASON SAMENOW, JEFFREY HALVERSON, MATTHEW CAPPUCCISEPTEMBER 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO MICROBURST

  • microburst
  • sudden downdraft
  • veering wind
  • wind shift
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