Matthias Habel: Yes, that's true. Over 90 percent of the Thunderstorms in Central Europe in the summer half of the year. The most important ingredient for Thunderstorm moist air because water vapor contains a lot of energy, which is released during Condensation of free. This energy is necessary so that the huge storm clouds can develop and grow. In addition, an unstable stratification of the air in the height is required. This means that it becomes colder and not randomly somewhere a layer of warmer air in the height is available. The stratification is unstable, thus, convection can use, so a movement of air. Warm air rises very fast and very far from the ground, cools down and thus releases the energy needed for the Storm.2. You can determine exactly where a Thunderstorm with lightning and Thunder unloads?
Matthias Habel: no, where exactly is such a warm air bubble on the way to the height cannot be predicted exactly. You can compare this with a pot of water you heated on the stove. In advance you can predict that the water will boil. Where, exactly, but the bubbles are formed and then the water gushing and bubbling, is left to chance.3. Not all of the Storm run off lightly. If, however, lightning strikes to the roof – who is liable?
Matthias Habel: If the vehicle was damaged in a storm by flying debris or uprooted trees, takes the motor Vehicle comprehensive insurance for the resulting damage. However, only in the case of a minimum wind speed of 8 Beaufort. Everything that is below this wind strength will be taken only by the fully comprehensive insurance. Good to know for commuters, public means of transport: railway companies have been obliged since 2009 to reimburse their customers for delays due to force majeure, including severe weather, a portion of the ticket price. This applies for a delay of 60 minutes.
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