In order to speak about disasters, you need the appropriate vocabulary. Part 2
Arson - malicious burning to destroy property;
Barometer - an instrument that measures atmospheric pressure;
Beaufort scale - a scale from 0 to 12 for the force of the wind;
Blackout - darkness resulting from the extinction of lights;
Blow - be in motion due to some air or water current;
Cloud - a visible mass of water or ice particles suspended at a considerable altitude;
Crust - a hard outer layer that covers something;
Cumulonimbus - a dark cloud of great vertical extent charged with electricity; associated with thunderstorms;
Dam - a barrier constructed to contain the flow of water;
Erosion - the process of wearing or grinding something down;
Fatal - bringing death;
Fault - an imperfection in an object or machine;
Fire - the process of combustion of inflammable materials;
Fog - droplets of water vapor suspended in the air near the ground;
Force - the influence that produces a change in a physical quantity;
Forest fire - an uncontrolled fire in a wooded area;
Gale - a strong wind moving 45-90 knots;
Geyser - a spring that discharges hot water and steam.
There are many forest fires in summer.
The Aswan High Dam is on the River Nile in Egypt.
Power lines were blown down and we had a blackout of several hours.
Have you ever seen cumulonimbus?