High-level thunderstorm

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high-level thunderstorm

Generally, a thunderstorm based at a comparatively high altitude in the atmosphere, roughly 2400 m or higher.

These storms form most strikingly over arid regions, and frequently their precipitation is evaporated before reaching the earth's surface.

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