Flowers...
are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities of the world.
~Ralph Waldo Emerson

weatherman

The weatherman on your local station is kind of self-important and likes to explain things in ways that don't make a lot of sense to the layperson. He's always describing things in a very roundabout way, and half the time you end up tuning out before he goes on to say what it actually is. What weather phenomenon is he describing here?

Strong winds produced when an area of rain-cooled air reaches ground level.

last round's answer

An atmospheric electrostatic discharge accompanied by thunder.
lightning