I’m a little slow getting back to work after my excellent adventure in California!! I snagged 3 decks of cards that are ripe for altering. I’ve also got some other irons in the fire that I’ll be sharing later on.
Here’s my weekly weather collage! First Winter then Spring.
This week’s weather is: Flood
This week’s weather post is Wind!
Today’s weather is Tornado! (A localized, violently destructive windstorm occurring over land, especially in the Middle West, and characterized by a long, funnel-shaped cloud extending toward the ground and made visible by condensation and debris.)
The weather for this, well, actually, last week is/was: Thunderstorm (A storm of heavy rain accompanied by lightning, thunder, wind, and sometimes hail. Thunderstorms occur when moist air near the ground becomes heated, especially in the summer, and rises, forming cumulonimbus clouds that produce precipitation.)
The weekly Weather Challenge is approximately 6 months long with a new weather topic each week. Anybody can join! Copy & paste the address below the badge for more information!
This week’s weather is Sun. (A medium-sized, main-sequence star located in a spiral arm of the Milky Way galaxy, orbited by all of the planets and other bodies in our solar system and supplying the heat and light that sustain life on Earth.)
This week’s weather challenge is snow (atmospheric water vapor frozen into ice crystals and falling in light white flakes or lying on the ground as a white layer).
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This week’s weather topic in the Weekly Weather Challenge is Sleet (a form of precipitation consisting of ice pellets, often mixed with rain or snow).
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This week’s weather challenge is Rain (moisture condensed from the atmosphere that falls visibly in separate drops).
This post has last week’s and this week’s submissions for the Weekly Weather Challenge. Last week’s topic was: Hurricane (a type of storm called a tropical cyclone, which forms over tropical or subtropical waters) and this week’s topic is: Lightning (the occurrence of a natural electrical discharge of very short duration and high voltage between a cloud and the ground or within a cloud, accompanied by a bright flash and typically also thunder).