The Truth Behind The Arch Effect and St. Louis Storms

The St. Louis Gateway Arch—Photo by Kyle Cleveland on Unsplash

Since 1965, the skyline of St. Louis, Missouri, has been dominated by a 190-metre (623 ft) stainless steel archway. Known as the “Gateway to the West,” the Arch commemorates the westward expansion of settlers in the United States.

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