Meteorological disasters

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Meteorological disasters are caused by extreme weather, e.g. rain, drought, snow, extreme heat or cold, ice, or wind. Violent, sudden and destructive to the environment related to, produced by, or affecting the earth's atmosphere, especially the weather-forming processes.

Examples of weather disasters include blizzard, droughts, hailstorms, heat waves, hurricanes, floods (caused by rain), and tornadoes.[1]

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