No matter how good your hay is today, between now and feeding time, every rain, every windstorm , is going to steal nutrients from every exposed bale and stack.
When the tower came down, it brought fearsome rolling thunder and a windstorm carrying concrete and steel.
High on everyone's list of ominous prospects is the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, in northern Minnesota, where a freak windstorm last summer turned half a million acres of trees into a massive pile of kindling.
He enjoys the experience of being in the center of the windstorm for it is the only calm part of the tempest.
The 1850 event corresponds with the date of two intense windstorms and was the only disturbance event large enough to recruit white pine.
Besides genetics, factors that keep most eastern old growth from soaring to the skies are thin, rocky soils and frequent hurricanes, windstorms , and ice storms.
Weather patterns are disrupted and clouds, rain and windstorms are common reactions to the eclipse cycle, especially in the few days preceding an eclipse.
Along with windstorms and fire, beavers (Castor canadensis Kuhl) were major agents responsible for disturbance in eastern North America.
Ice storms occur in southern Canada and in the United States each year and, with a return time of 20-100 years, ice storms are more frequent than fires or windstorms in the deciduous forests of eastern Canada.
While all natural disasters can bring destruction to an area, windstorms typically produce the most damage.