As clouds get bigger with the continuous rising of air, they interact with particles of ice and dirt to create a buildup of static electricity. Learn about the interaction of electrical charges in a cloud with charges on the ground with help from a meteorologist in this free video on understanding weather.
Expert: Charlie Neese
Bio: Charlie Neese is an Emmy Award-winning television meteorologist and severe weather safety expert based in Nashville, Tenn.
Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge
Tagged under: weather,meteorology,meteorologists,rainfall,snowfall,weather measurements,precipitation,temperature,humidity,clouds,lightning
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