storm at

storm at (someone or something)

To rage or fume at or because of someone or something. Storming at your bosses won't do anything to improve your situation. Plenty of people have been storming at the unfairness of the situation, but few of them have actually taken any steps to help resolve it.
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storm at someone or something

Fig. to direct one's anger at someone or something. She stormed at him because he was late again. Richard was storming at the cat again.
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Aboard a plane equipped with sampling equipment, he plans to test the same storm at three locations: near its point of origin (over Japan or Korea), mid-journey (over the Aleutian Islands), and at a destination on the Pacific Northwest coast.