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storms!

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Adil Motara

on 19 December 2013

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Transcript of storms!

storms!
what are storms?
Storms affect us environmentally because the strong wind in a storm maybe be so powerful that it can damage trees and electricity in homes,buildings e.t.c. Also it affects us financially because the government has to give money to build homes and fix the electricity of homes.

The Way out
A violent disturbance of the atmosphere with strong winds and usually thunder lightning or snow.(google)
How does it impact us?
Why should we care?
We should care because if storms occur where we live then we might know how to handle the situation and how to survive a storm. also to survive a storm without any problems
Can you tell me more ?
The biggest storm that ever occurred in history is the typhoon this storm wiped and killed alot of Philippine people.This storm was the most dangerous and deadly storm that humans lived through.
what do you think ?
The audience might think about when or how to be ready for a storm.you can be ready for a storm by checking the news or the weather forecast regularly. you should always keep some type of light source that doesn't use electricity
YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN A STORM WILL HIT YOUR HOME SO BE READY!
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