Tormenta Eléctrica

Renata Russell


Una tormenta eléctrica es un fenómeno meteorológico caracterizado por la presencia de rayos y sus efectos sonoros en la atmósfera terrestre denominados truenos.

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tormenta; rayos; atmósfera; tormenta eléctrica; lluvia

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