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tempestuous (adj) – 1. Characterised by violent emotions or actions; tumultuous.
2. Of, relating to, or resembling a tempest.

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : Late 14th century, from Late Latin tempestuosus “stormy, turbulent,” from Latin tempestas, tempestus “storm, commotion; weather, season; occasion, time,” related to tempus “time, season”. For sense development, see tempest. The figurative sense is older in English; literal sense is from circa 1500.