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Wonderful Weather. Hurricanes and Wind. Clouds. Click on a picture to learn more about the person. Click on the home button to return back to this page. Use the arrows to move forward and backward in the presentation. Lightning and Thunder. Tornadoes. Studying Weather. Cumulus Clouds.

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WonderfulWeather

Hurricanes and Wind

Clouds

Click on a picture to learn more about the person. Click on the home button to return back to this page. Use the arrows to move forward and backward in the presentation.

Lightningand Thunder

Tornadoes

Studying Weather


Cumulus Clouds

Stratus Clouds

Clouds

Clouds

Clouds


Stratus Clouds

Rain can fall from a Stratus cloud. The Stratus clouds are sometimes called ‘’high fogs’’. A Stratus cloud looks like a sheet across the sky.-Alexis


Cumulus Clouds

Cumulus clouds look like cauliflower, except Cumulus clouds have flat bottoms. Rain or snow can come from Cumulus clouds. Cumulus clouds can mix with other clouds to form the Cumulonimbus clouds.-Katie


Clouds

Water evaporates and forms a cloud. A cloud is made up of droplets of water.-Devon


Clouds

Little droplets of water rise and form clouds. A Stratus cloud is like a big gray blanket floating in the air. A Stratus cloud is only five thousand feet in the air.-Ty


Lightning andThunder


Lightning

Lightning will usually strike high places and open spaces. Lightning can get to the heat of 54,000 degrees. That’s five times hotter than the sun. Now that’s hot!!! When you see a lightning bolt count how many seconds and stop when you hear thunder. That will tell you how far away the storm is. Now that’s cool!-Cameron


Lightning

Lightning can make things start on fire. Lightning can kill people. Benjamin Franklin proved that lightning is just electricity.-Davonte


Lightning

During a thunderstorm you have to stay in your basement to be safe or go where there are no windows. Do not go outside when it is lightning. Lightning can kill people.-Sierra


Meteorologists

Seasons

StudyingWeather


Meteorologist

Meteorologists are people that study weather to keep people safe. An anemometer shows how fast the wind goes. The meteorologist often goes outside to check on the weather.-Dylan


Seasons

In the summer, it is June and hot. The air is cooler and it is September in the fall. In the winter, it snows and it is December. In the spring, it is April and it rains.-Randle


Tornadoes


Tornadoes

Tornadoes can form from a thunderstorm. Tornadoes can kill people. May, June, and July are the worst months for Tornadoes. A stretch of land from Iowa to Texas is called tornado alley.-Skylyn


Tornadoes

Tornadoes are strong and they can destroy buildings. Tornadoes can hurt cars and people. A tornado can last for 10 to 20 minutes.-Sam


Tornadoes

A tornado can break houses into pieces. People can die in a tornado. It can damage one house and forget the next house.-Mikaylah


Tornadoes

Tornadoes are strong and powerful. The funnel of a tornado is usually dark gray or black. To stay safe, you need to turn on your radio or your TV to listen and remind you if there is a tornado that is coming. Tornadoes can break down your house.-Patrina


Hurricanes

Hurricanes

Hurricanes

Hurricanes and Wind

Wind

Wind

Hurricanes


Hurricanes

Hurricanes are very big and strong.-Myko


Hurricanes

Hurricanes move in a circle. Hurricanes lose power once they are over land.-Charielle


Hurricanes

Hurricane season is from June to November. Storm trackers measure the center to see how strong it will be.-Mya


Hurricanes

Hurricanes happen over the ocean. Big waves wash over the land. It may cause a flood. Hurricanes can break buildings and trees fall over.-Areon


Wind

We can’t see wind, we can only see what it does to things. Wind can blow seeds somewhere else, making new plants grow. Wind can make energy.-Paige


Wind

Wind makes wind mills spin. Wind mills pump water which makes electricity. Wind makes leaves fall from the trees.-Hunter


Created by:Mrs. Tomkin’s 2nd Grade classwith Mrs. DostalLincoln School2008


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