Definition of electrical storm in English:

electrical storm

Syllabification: e·lec·tri·cal storm

noun

A thunderstorm or other violent disturbance of the electrical condition of the atmosphere.
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  • In short, this could manifest itself into tornadoes, hurricanes and electrical storms.
  • While rainstorms were not new to the community, the addition of electrical storms was considered unusual to Sachs Harbour residents.
  • In 1953 Stanley Miller, a University of Chicago graduate student, found that by simulating the conditions of a primordial electrical storm, he could generate alanine and leucine in racemic form.

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