1 Lightning strikes caused numerous fires across the state. 2 The big tree was struck by lightning. 3 Lightning is caused by clouds emitting electricity. 4 The tree was struck by lightning.
[M] [T] I’m going to bake a cake for Mary’s birthday. [M] [T] He tried to make his wife happy but couldn’t. [M] [T] I asked them to make four copies of the letter. [M] [T] I checked to see if he was alive.
The thunder and lightning rumbled and cracked overhead for a while, then it started to rain. The weather is changeable and erratic with a risk of hurricanes, earthquakes, thunder and lightning. And that’s what we did, wild, laughing, in the rain and wind, thunder and lightning.
Lightning is the occurrence of a very short duration, high voltage natural electrical discharge between a cloud and the ground or within a cloud. This violent and sudden electrostatic discharge produces bright lightning and thunder.
In the early stages of development, air acts as an insulator between the positive and negative charges in the cloud and between the cloud and the ground. When enough opposite charges build up, air’s insulating ability breaks down and a rapid discharge of electricity known as lightning occurs.
Blitz is a noun, so it can’t be used like that. I would say look at all these lightning bolts or the sky is full of lightning bolts or something. It’s not a verb, so it doesn’t have a continuous version. It flashes (outside) or the flash never really stops or anything would work.
Lighter, positively charged particles form at the top of the cloud. Heavier, negatively charged particles sink to the bottom of the cloud. When the positive and negative charges get large enough, a huge spark – a lightning bolt – occurs between the two charges within the cloud.
They weathered a terrible storm at sea. It weathered the criticism well. These example sentences are automatically selected from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word “weather”.
The definition of a storm is a large amount of snow, rain, hail, or thunder and lightning. An example of a storm is limited visibility while driving due to the amount of rain. Charging is defined as moving violently or with anger. An example of rushing is someone running into a room screaming and throwing things.
Who is phone or whose phone? Whose phone is right, not whose phone. Since the sentence is about the person who owns or owns the phone, we need a possessive pronoun.
The distinctive blue-white color of flashes is caused by light emitted as the electrons fall back to their original energy state. When viewed from above, thunderstorms also produce lesser-known emissions of blue or red light above the clouds, known as jets and sprites.
Lightening is the present participle of the verb lighten. Lightning is the electrical discharge that occurs during a storm.