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|DescriptionTstorm-dissipating-stage.jpg||Diagram from NOAA National Weather Service training materials showing the dissipating stage of a thunderstorm|
|Date||5 January 2010|
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|current||11:56, 23 May 2006||363 × 554 (83 KB)||JonathanLamb~commonswiki||Dissipating stage of a thunderstorm. Diagram from NOAA National Weather Service training materials. http://www.srh.weather.gov/srh/jetstream/mesoscale/tstrm3.htm|
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