The Japanese kanji “嵐 (あらし-arashi or らん-ran)” (#11 in my kanji list) means storm. And the following kanji words are storm related Japanese words.
“雷 (かみなり-kaminari or らい-rai)” means thunder and “雷雨 (らいう-raiu)” means thunder storm. The kanji “雨 (あめ-ame or う-u)” means rain. Sample sentence; 今日の午後は雷雨でしょう (kyou no gogo ha raiu deshou) – We’ll have a thunder storm in this afternoon.
“稲妻 (いなずま-inazuma)” means lightning of thunder.
A typhoon is a kind of hurricane that is born in Pacific Ocean area and we write typhoon as “台風 (たいふう-taifuu)” in Japan.