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    I generally like thunder storms. I can remember as a kid being out on the porch during a thunder storm. You could smell the ozone in the air from the lightning strikes. I have to second what Tommycombs said though. I was in a tornado in Ohio, and more recently, a Deracho here in Virginia. We were without power for 7 days, and the temperature never got below 98 degrees. Our neighbors house was leveled by a giant tree. Now a new house sits where the old one was. Storms seem to have gotten a lot more violent as of late. The Chicago area just got 10 inches of rain. I don't think that happens very often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    I generally like thunder storms. I can remember as a kid being out on the porch during a thunder storm. You could smell the ozone in the air from the lightning strikes. I have to second what Tommycombs said though. I was in a tornado in Ohio, and more recently, a Deracho here in Virginia. We were without power for 7 days, and the temperature never got below 98 degrees. Our neighbors house was leveled by a giant tree. Now a new house sits where the old one was. Storms seem to have gotten a lot more violent as of late. The Chicago area just got 10 inches of rain. I don't think that happens very often.
    I remember being about 14 or 15 and having to race home from a park a mile or so away. So I peddled my little bike as fast as I could, with nasty orange thunderclouds following right behind me. We get the occasional storm here in the Pacific Northwest but those Ohio ones are a different breed.

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    I have a passion for supercell storms. There is a erie art and beauty to them... Providing it occurs in daylight. I don't like big storms I can't see, those can scare me a bit.

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    Me, definitely. I've always LOVED thunderstorms and lighting and rain and everything about it is the best. The smell beforehand and after is like no other.The quick and intricate beauty of lightning and the deep boom of lighting you feel in your chest.the way rain feels and looks. beautiful cloud patterns. its all my favorite thing in the world i would give anything for thunderstorms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OriginalT View Post
    Me, definitely. I've always LOVED thunderstorms and lighting and rain and everything about it is the best. The smell beforehand and after is like no other.The quick and intricate beauty of lightning and the deep boom of lighting you feel in your chest.the way rain feels and looks. beautiful cloud patterns. its all my favorite thing in the world i would give anything for thunderstorms.
    I'm not alone. ^.^

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    Miss thunderstorms. Hadn't heard thunder in years, before the trip bringing my plane to SoCal from North Carolina. Never been so glad to have ADS-B weather and an onboard storm scope. Put down in Odessa to wait out some weather and was glad I was conservative; what was hints of green and yellow on the radar became a sidways-rain all-sky lightning shitshow a few hours later.

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    The summer where I live is really shitty due to rain and storms this year.
    Once a thunder hit a tree of our neighbors. Although our house was pretty sound protected it made a horrible "boom". Our cat, sleeping on the sofa, immediately fell down...still don't know how this worked, like one second she was on it, next she was laying on the floor. A bird sitting in the tree was fried, you could see the steaming bird laying on the ground.
    I'd be careful around storms. It can be very dangerous!

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    One of the reasons I hate thunderstorms is also when it wakes you up at night with a loud KABOOM! Sometimes if it is stormy when I go to bed, I'll actually sleep with earplugs in. I do however, like the clean smelling air after a good rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommycombs View Post
    One of the reasons I hate thunderstorms is also when it wakes you up at night with a loud KABOOM! Sometimes if it is stormy when I go to bed, I'll actually sleep with earplugs in. I do however, like the clean smelling air after a good rain.
    It's a little hard to explain, but to me it's actually comforting. I don't appreciate being woken generally, but the startle response is quickly overcome when I realize what woke me -- it's just a storm, not something serious like an intruder -- and then I sort of feel like I've been invited to watch and witness it. I've seen some amazing lightning before.

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    My favorite thing about thunderstorms is rain hitting a tin roof. I love the sound and smell of the air. Puts me right to sleep

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