According to Meteorologist Ali Turiano, a microburst is a localized downdraft (sinking air) in a thunderstorm. The air (downdraft) moves out of the storm toward the ground, it then spreads outward in all directions. Microbursts can cause damage. They can be as comparable, and in some cases, worse than tornadoes.
So what's the REAL danger, MyNews13? These mythical "microbursts"? Or the majestically misunderstood Florida Skunk Ape?
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