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Thunder and turbulence linked at a distance

Thunderstorms can produce unexpected turbulence more than 100km away from storm cells.

It is likely that many reports of encounters with turbulence are caused by thunderstorm generated gravity waves, making them far more important for turbulence than had previously been recognised.

Read more at University of Melbourne

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