A downburst is created by an area of significantly rain-cooled air that, after reaching ground level, spreads out in all directions producing strong winds. Unlike winds in a tornado, winds in a downburst are directed outwards from the point where it hits land or water. Macrobursts are downbursts larger scales. Downbursts create vertical wind shear or microburst which is dangerous to aviation.
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Pages in category "Macroburst"
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