What causes storms? Can you make one at home? Well…kind of. 😉 I found an interesting experiment, which allows children to understand the reason for the formation of storms! We’re going to imagine, that the water is in fact air.
The action of warm air rising and cold air sinking (convection) plays a key role in the formation of severe thunderstorms.
You’ll be able to see, how the warm water (air) is forced to rise by an approaching cold water (front), where in reality, the thunderstorms would form!
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