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Hurricane Preparedness. By: Poquoson Elementary School Jesse ,Tyler, and Christen . Tornado hunt. There is a tornado hidden in every slide. Try and find it. Eye. Evacuate. Floods. Hurricane watch. Hurricane Warning. Storm Surge. Tornado. Click here to see graph.

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hurricane preparedness

Hurricane Preparedness

By: Poquoson Elementary School

Jesse ,Tyler, and Christen

tornado hunt
Tornado hunt
  • There is a tornado hidden in every slide. Try and find it.
know the lingo

Eye

Evacuate

Floods

Hurricane

watch

Hurricane

Warning

Storm Surge

Tornado

Click here to

see graph

Click on Action Buttons

Know The Lingo
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Eye
  • The Eye is the calm center of a hurricane.

Don’t be fooled if wind and rain stop during a hurricane. You may just be in the Eye of the storm. Listen to the radio to find out when the storm has stopped.

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evacuate
Evacuate
  • You and your family may be asked to leave your home. If you are do not go back until officials tell you.

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floods
Floods
  • More people are killed by freshwater floods during a Hurricane than by any other hazard. Never play in flooded areas.

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hurricane watch
Hurricane Watch
  • A hurricane is possible within 36 hours. Stay tuned to the radio and television for more information. The National Hurricane

Center is tracking the storm and trying to predict where it might come ashore.

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hurricane warning
Hurricane Warning
  • A hurricane is expected within 24 hours. You may be told to evacuate. You and your family should begin preparation to evacuate. If your area is having an evacuation, remember to take your disaster supply kit, and do not forget to make plans for your pets.

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storm surge
Storm Surge
  • Storm surge is a massive dome of water, often 50 miles wide, That sweeps across the area that the eye of the hurricane comes ashore. The stronger the hurricane is the higher the storm surge. For those living along the coast, storm surge is one of the most dangerous hazards in a hurricane.

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tornado
Tornado
  • What’s tornado information doing on the hurricane page? Hurricane often bring tornados with them. Continue to listen to your NOAA weather radio for tornado warning.

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what can you do
What Can You Do?
  • Listen to a radio
  • Disaster meeting place
  • Get the house ready
  • Disaster supply kit
  • Pets