Southern Thunder Returns to Wayneo’s this Saturday Night Dec 23rd

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Southern Thunder at Wayneo’s Silver Bullet Saturday Dec 23

Hickory, NC – On Saturday December 23rd, 2017 Wayneo’s Silver Bullet will feature Southern Thunder on the Bullet Stage. Doors open at 7:30pm and show starts at 9:00pm. Free Pool All Night Long ! $7 Members $10 Guest. Southern Thunder Wayneos

The Southern Thunder band is all about playing great & completely ”LIVE” music from the 50’s all the way up to present & having the most fun putting on the very best show we possibly can for each & every crowd we play to. No one trick pony here. Southern Thunder Wayneos





A thunderstorm, also known as an electrical storm, lightning storm, or thundershower, is a storm characterized by the presence of lightning and its acoustic effect on the Earth’s atmosphere, known as thunder.[1] Thunderstorms occur in association with a type of cloud known as a cumulonimbus. They are usually accompanied by strong winds, heavy rain, and sometimes snow, sleet, hail, or, in contrast, no precipitation at all. Thunderstorms may line up in a series or become a rainband, known as a squall line. Strong or severe thunderstorms, known as supercells, rotate as do cyclones. While most thunderstorms move with the mean wind flow through the layer of the troposphere that they occupy, vertical wind shear sometimes causes a deviation in their course at a right angle to the wind shear direction. Southern Thunder Wayneos

Thunderstorms result from the rapid upward movement of warm, moist air, sometimes along a front. As the warm, moist air moves upward, it cools, condenses, and forms a cumulonimbus cloud that can reach heights of over 20 kilometres (12 mi). As the rising air reaches its dew point temperature, water vapor condenses into water droplets or ice, reducing pressure locally within the thunderstorm cell. Any precipitation falls the long distance through the clouds towards the Earth’s surface. As the droplets fall, they collide with other droplets and become larger. The falling droplets create a downdraft as it pulls cold air with it, and this cold air spreads out at the Earth’s surface, occasionally causing strong winds that are commonly associated with thunderstorms….read more from wikipedia