UV heat passing through the Ozone layer causes extreme weather especially in places near bigger bodies of water or wide, empty spaces with no mountains surrounding them to act as barriers. The higher the temperature gets, the more prone an area becomes to any of the following:
- Tropical cyclones
- Thunderstorm and lightning storms
These natural disasters occur due to an intense amount of warm air meeting cold air just above the clouds in time for precipitation to occur. Depending on the number of charges generated within the clouds and the direction of the wind currents, additional disasters like tornadoes and hailstorms can also add more damage to our valued properties, vehicles, and landforms. This is why some areas have tornado shelters built-in just below their properties.
Other effects brought about by these variants of a natural disaster can range from soil contamination from factories and graveyards, viral diseases, pest-contaminated diseases, accidents, and drowning. To avoid coming in contact with vector-borne diseases, it is better to research the location you are on and come up with important measures on how to avoid them.