Why Do Lines of Thunderstorms Sometimes Pop up in front of or behind a Squall Line?

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This squall line that produces thunderstorms is what happens when warm moist air is taken over by colder air. The squall line is a long line of thunderstorms itself. These storms are most of the time very severe and produce some of the strongest straight line winds. They can produce even weak tornadoes.
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