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How is this storm tracked? What can be the effects of the storm?
Question Date: 2006-12-30
Answer 1:

I haven't been watching it, but storms are tracked using satellites. You can simply see the masses and waves of cloud from space.

What can storms do? Well, there's rain, snow, wind, sea-level rise, temperature change, lightning, hail, and all sorts of stuff.

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