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  • 1. 1.Warm ocean water more than 70 ° c provides fuel for the hurricane and makes more clouds and humid air. step .1 just starting By seoras
  • 2. 2. Winds come together and push air up which makes an eye or hole in the clouds. step .2 getting big By seoras
  • 3. Winds flow outwards above the storm allowing the air below to rise Step .3 getting bigger By seoras
  • 4. Humid air rising makes the clouds of the storm. STEP .4 STARTING TO MOVE By seoras
  • 5. STEP .4 STARTING TO DESTROY Light winds out side the hurricane steer it and make it grow. By seoras
  • 6. After it has all its pieces is starts to go towards land and it just rips, pulls ,pushes and destroy every thing and after a while it all cams down. Step .5 Done And Gone By seoras
  • 7. A Storm starts Step 1: By Matthew
  • 8. Step 2: The clouds that the tornado gets its winds (energy) from start 30 minutes before tornado starts. By Matthew
  • 9. Step 3: Hot air mixes with cold air. A small funnel cloud develops that is smooth. There is a loud rumbling noise. There is also a invisible debris cloud that is forming at the surface beneath the funnel and making the tornado. By Matthew
  • 10. Step 4: Tornado tries to make contact with the ground. By Matthew
  • 11. Step 5: The tornado reaches its maximum width and the beginning of a tail cloud extends to the right of the wall cloud. By Matthew
  • 12. Step: 6 Tornado is formed By Matthew
  • 13. How a Tsunami occur
    • A earthquake happened.
    step 1 By Jake
  • 14.
    • The water forms back.
    step 2 By Jake
  • 15.
    • Getting more water and making it bigger and bigger.
    step 3 By Jake
  • 16.
    • The tsunami hits land.
    step 4 By Jake
  • 17. Flo chart for a Tornado Number 1
    • Hot air moves into the cold air
    By Todd
  • 18. Number 2
    • A cup starts form
    By Todd
  • 19. Number 3
    • The cup starts to spin which make the funnel shape cloud.
    By Todd
  • 20. Number 4
    • When the funnel hits the ground it becomes a Tornado.
    By Todd
  • 21. Number 5
    • A Tornado can hit wind speeds of over 110 miles an hour and about 250 feet across.
    By Todd
  • 22. How does an earthquake occur? By James Charles and Tom
  • 23. STEP 1 There is a core in the earth. Core means middle. This is inner core. By James Charles and Tom
  • 24. STEP 2 There are many tectonic plates on the earth. By James Charles and Tom
  • 25. STEP 3 When the plates separate past each other suddenly, it makes the earth tremble and it is called an earthquake. Like this By James Charles and Tom
  • 26. Looks like Feels like Sounds like
    • You can’t stand very well.
    • Your body shakes.
    • You will be scary and panic.
    • You can’t control your body.
    • You will be frighten
    • Buildings collapse.
    • Cars are on fire.
    • Roads crack.
    • People yell.
    • You can hear scary voice.
    • You can hear a sound of cars are exploding.
    • You can hear a sound of grounds are cracking.
    • You can hear that people yelling.
    Thank you for watching. By James Charles and Tom