emoji ☈ Thunderstorm

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is not an official Emoji, but it can be used as a Unicode character. There is another emoji with a(n) similar meaning/appearance to Thunderstorm: 🌩 (cloud with lightning), which can be used instead of in some cases.

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The meaning of emoji symbol is Thunderstorm.

🔸 (2608) There is no Emoji version of this Unicode character, which means that on most mobile phones or computer systems, the character can only be displayed in black and white character style, but in a few good compatibility platforms, it can still display color picture style. The Unicode organization does not yet recommend its use as a universal emoji symbol.

Wikipedia: Thunderstorm
A thunderstorm, also known as an electrical storm or a lightning storm, is a storm characterized by the presence of lightning and its acoustic effect on the Earth's atmosphere, known as thunder. Relatively weak thunderstorms are sometimes called thundershowers. Thunderstorms occur in a type of cloud known as a cumulonimbus. They are usually accompanied by strong winds, and often produce heavy rain and sometimes snow, sleet, or hail, but some thunderstorms produce little precipitation or no precipitation at all. Thunderstorms may line up in a series or become a rainband, known as a squall line. Strong or severe thunderstorms include some of the most dangerous weather phenomena, including large hail, strong winds, and tornadoes. Some of the most persistent severe thunderstorms, known as supercells, rotate as do cyclones. While most thunderstorms move with the mean wind flow through the layer of the troposphere that they occupy, vertical wind shear sometimes causes a deviation in their course at a right angle to the wind shear direction. Thunderstorms result from the rapid upward movement of warm, moist air, sometimes along a front. As the warm, moist air moves upward, it cools, condenses, and forms a cumulonimbus cloud that can reach heights of over 20 kilometres (12 mi). As the rising air reaches its dew point temperature, water vapor condenses into water droplets or ice, reducing pressure locally within the thunderstorm cell. Any precipitation falls the long distance through the clouds towards the Earth's surface. As the droplets fall, they collide with other droplets and become larger. The falling droplets create a downdraft as it pulls cold air with it, and this cold air spreads out at the Earth's surface, occasionally causing strong winds that are commonly associated with thunderstorms. Thunderstorms can form and develop in any geographic location but most frequently within the mid-latitude, where warm, moist air from tropical latitudes collides with cooler air from polar latitudes. Thunderstorms are responsible for the development and formation of many severe weather phenomena. Thunderstorms, and the phenomena that occur along with them, pose great hazards. Damage that results from thunderstorms is mainly inflicted by downburst winds, large hailstones, and flash flooding caused by heavy precipitation. Stronger thunderstorm cells are capable of producing tornadoes and waterspouts. There are four types of thunderstorms: single-cell, multi-cell cluster, multi-cell lines and supercells. Supercell thunderstorms are the strongest and most severe. Mesoscale convective systems formed by favorable vertical wind shear within the tropics and subtropics can be responsible for the development of hurricanes. Dry thunderstorms, with no precipitation, can cause the outbreak of wildfires from the heat generated from the cloud-to-ground lightning that accompanies them. Several means are used to study thunderstorms: weather radar, weather stations, and video photography. Past civilizations held various myths concerning thunderstorms and their development as late as the 18th century. Beyond the Earth's atmosphere, thunderstorms have also been observed on the planets of Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, and, probably, Venus. 🔗 Thunderstorm
🌐: عاصفة رعدية, Гръмотевична буря, বজ্রঝড়, Bouřka, Gewitter, Καταιγίδα, Tormenta eléctrica, Äike, توفان تندری, Ukkonen, Orage, סופת רעמים, तड़ितझंझा, Grmljavinska oluja, Zivatar, Badai petir, Temporale, 雷雨, ჭექა-ქუხილი, Найзағай, 뇌우, Perkūnija, Negaiss, Ribut petir, လေမုန်တိုင်း, Onweer, Tordenvær, Burza, Trovoada, Гроза, Búrka, Nevihta, Олуја са грмљавином, Åska, พายุฟ้าคะนอง, Oraj, Гроза, Dông, 雷暴.

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🔸 (Thunderstorm) ≈ 🌩 (cloud with lightning)

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Emoji:
Shortname: Thunderstorm
Codepoint: U+2608 Copy
Decimal: ALT+9736
Unicode Version: 1.1 (1993-06)
Emoji Version: None
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More Languages

Language Short Name & Link
Japanese 雷雨
Chinese, Simplified 雷雨
Albanian stuhi
Arabic عاصفة رعدية
Azerbaijani Güclü tufan
Bengali বজ্রঝড়
Bosnian Thunderstorm
Bulgarian гръмотевична буря
Burmese မိုးသက်မုန်တိုင်း
Chinese, Traditional 雷雨