Now Entering Russ's World
Lighting on Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela has been the subject of a lot of study, and the government has opened up even more room for people to come and have a look. The Daily Mail has an article out about research in the area, and it hopes to shed light on why weather forms all over the world. There are major weather systems around the world every year that cause a lot of damage, and they need to be studied as much as possible.
Someone who is not sure how these storms form can have a look at Entorno Intelligente report about the lightning in the area around Lake Maracaibo and they will learn that it is one of the most active places in the world. This means that anyone who comes to the shores of the lake can see a spectacle that could turn out to save lives every year.
They get lightning around 300 days a year, and the lightning can be so bad that is will strikes hundreds of times in a short period of time. According to Researcher David, this means that the weather and clouds in the area could be a key to figuring out what is going on in other parts of the world. There is no way to know for sure, but it is possible that people who are going to do the research can learn a lot because they have been let in by the government.