Hurricane Season • All Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coastal areas are subject to hurricanes. • The Atlantic hurricane season lasts from June to November, with the peak season from mid-August to late October. The Eastern Pacific hurricane season begins May 15 and ends November 30. • Add details
Hurricane Sandy • Is barreling towards America’s east coast, is epic in scale—according to the National Weather Service, the storm reaches from Florida to Connecticut… Insert a picture of Hurricane Sandy and coastal areas it is going to effect.
Hurricane Sandy • Sandy is a category-1 hurricane that is expected to bring life-threatening flooding to the US mid-Atlantic coast and hurricane-force winds from Virginia to Massachusetts, Monday evening and into Tuesday. Insert a picture of Hurricane Sandy and coastal areas it is going to effect.
Path of Hurricane Sandy • At what speed HS coming? • How high the water level is expected to reach?
Path of Hurricane Sandy • Google the path of Hurricane Sandy and copy and paste with explanation.
Path of Hurricane Sandy • Which states are likely going to be effected by HS?
It is time to evacuate… • Why Evacuation is necessary?
Hurricane Sandy • Is Northeast a wealthy part of the country, or impoverished ones? • What do you think, will they recuperate more quickly after a disaster?
Hurricane Sandy • What supplies one should have as a result of HS?
Hurricane Sandy • How many flights are canceled due to HS? • What would you wish for people of coastal region who are bearing the storm at this time • Any prayers, thoughts or wishes!
Hurricane Sandy • What would you do if something like this happens in Chicago? • How can you help people of Coastal region effected by HS?
Tweets for Hurricane Sandy • Create your tweets for hurricane Sandy to be posted on Otis home page! • What would you wish for people of coastal region who are bearing the storm at this time • Any prayers, thoughts or wishes!
It is time to evacuate… • Every time this warning goes out, some do not heed the call! In every major storm, life is lost along with the countless dollars in property damage. • In every storm rescue workers put their own lives at risk, trying to save people who haven’t heard or haven’t heeded the call to go. • Even in the after math of a storm it can be difficult to keep people safe in an area with no communication, no clean water, no power.