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Utor, the Marshellese word for a squall line, was the 12th of about 20 storms and typhoons expected to lash the Philippines this year.
were hit in late June by what meteorologists call a "Super Derecho"--a giant squall line on land.
This year's early tornado season, a probable result of the warm winter, produced a severe squall line that crossed several Midwestern states between March 2 and 4, slamming into 180,000 buildings and generating $2.
This situation can quickly see a development called a squall line form.
On 9 March 2006, a severe cold season squall line formed over Louisiana and intensified just east of Columbus, MS, near the Mississippi -Alabama border, where it assumed a bow echo configuration and produced a long swath of damaging winds from eastern Mississippi to northern Alabama.
SQUALL LINES The long-limbed roses Lash the rain like buggy whips Driving the day home.
A forecaster for MeteoGroup UK, the weather division of the Press Association, said a squall line of thunderstorms, stretching from east to west was gradually moving up the country and over the M6 motorway.
The lightning was part of a fast-moving squall line typical of unsettled spring weather, said National Weather Service forecaster Tiffani Brown.