What is another word for squall?

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[ skwˈɒl], [ skwˈɒl], [ s_k_w_ˈɒ_l]

Squall is a term used to describe a sudden and violent windstorm that is often accompanied by rain or snow. However, there are many synonyms for the term that can be used to describe these types of weather events. Some of the most common synonyms for squall include gust, blast, blow, nor'easter, tempest, storm, and gale. Each of these synonyms carries their own unique connotations and can be used interchangeably to describe the sudden onset of a windstorm. Regardless of the word used, squalls are always an unpredictable and potentially dangerous phenomenon that should be taken seriously by anyone caught in their path.

Related words: wind squall, coastal squall, squall line, squall with high winds, windy squall, fast-moving squall, squall warning issued, squall line of thunderstorms

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    How to use "Squall" in context?

    Squall is a severe thunderstorm characterized by strong gusts of wind, large raindrops, and frequent lightning. The name "squall" is derived from the Spanish word for "strong wind.

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