SB 12.9.11

taṁ caṇḍa-śabdaṁ samudīrayantaṁ
 balāhakā anv abhavan karālāḥ
akṣa-sthaviṣṭhā mumucus taḍidbhiḥ
 svananta uccair abhi varṣa-dhārāḥ
Synonyms: 
tam — that wind; caṇḍa-śabdam — a terrible sound; samudīrayantam — which was creating; balāhakāḥ — clouds; anu — following it; abhavan — appeared; karālāḥ — fearful; akṣa — like wagon wheels; sthaviṣṭhāḥ — solid; mumucuḥ — they released; taḍidbhiḥ — along with lightning; svanantaḥ — resounding; uccaiḥ — greatly; abhi — in all directions; varṣa — of rain; dhārāḥ — torrents.
Translation: 
That wind created a terrible sound and brought in its wake fearsome clouds that were accompanied by lightning and roaring thunder and that poured down on all sides torrents of rain as heavy as wagon wheels.