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Hurricanes

One of the deadliest storms.
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Alondra Trujillo

on 6 December 2016

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Transcript of Hurricanes

HELPING OUT
HURRICANES
It depends on the hurricane category whether the place is damaged badly or not. Higher hurricane categories make bigger messes, and lower hurricane categories don't make such a big mess. However, homes are still destroyed, leaving people & animals homeless. Trash is blown all over the place and cars may be turned sideways.
When the hurricane hits, strong winds might throw cars, trash, and even people. Then ocean waves can hit the
beach shore roughly. Palm trees bend without breaking, though. The waves reach the streets and flood them, drowning people and animals. Winds tear down homes & buildings.
Workers and volunteers help people in need after the hurricane. They rebuild homes and buildings and clean up the mess. People and animals in need are helped out. They are taken to an evacuation center, where they stay.
FACTS ABOUT HURRICANES
Hurricanes hit from July 1 to November 30 .
The worst hurricane in The U.S was Hurricane Katrina(2005).
Hurricanes hit states near the oceans .
Hurricanes affect people and animals.
Billions of dollars are used to recover a large city after a hurricane.
By Alondra T.
BIBLIOGRAPHY
www.coft.edu/ete/modules/sevweath/swhoware.html

www.ask.com<Q&A<ScienceEarth.com

www.weatherwizkids.com/weather-hurricanes.html

I got pictures from google search and the video from Youtube
This roller coaster in New Jersey was thrown into the water by Hurricane Sandy
(2012).
10/18/13
edited 10/21/15

Hurricane Categories
1-wind speed : 74-95 mph
strong wind
2-wind speed: 96-110 mph
moves light cars, little damage on buildings, trees, etc.
3-wind speed: 111-130 mph
blows heavy and light things
4-wind speed: 131-155 mph
any car is blown, trees break ,some homes are ruined-more damage
5-wind speed: 156+ mph
will tear down anything that is in its way

You should always get ready when a hurricane hits.
This is how :
1. Make copies of important papers. (birth certificates, insurance)
2.Take your family and pets to the nearest evacuation center.
3.Charge electronics to communicate with lost family members

Your pets should have a microchip; in case s/he gets lost.They are part of a family,too.
THE HURRICANE HITS
GETTING READY
HOW HURRICANES FORM
HURRICANE JEANNE (2004) FLORIDA
CATEGORY 4
THE HURRICANE LEAVES
Table of contents
1. Title
2. Facts about Hurricanes
3. Hurricane Categories
4. Getting Ready
5. How Hurricanes Form
6. The Hurricane Hits
7. The Hurricane Leaves
8. Helping Out
9. New Jersey Roller Coaster
10. Bibliography
11. End
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