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Severe storms

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  • 1. Severe storms
  • 2. Caused by energy from the sun.
  • 3. Severe storms
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    Thunder storms
    Hurricane
    Blizzards
    (Snow storms)
  • 4. Thunderstorms
    • Storms with :-lightning,
    strong winds and heavy rain.
    - Some times tornadoes (speed of 400 km/hr. or more) form during thunderstorms.
    - Tornadoes (Fast spinning spirals of wind that reaches from the thunderstorm clouds to the ground.
  • 5.
  • 6.
  • 7. 2) Hurricane
    - Large storms.
    - Wind speed of 119 km.
    - Forms over warm areas of oceans. (Lasts for weeks at sea)
    - When they move over land they become weaker.(gets energy from warm water)
  • 8.
    • Rain, waves and storm surge (Huge bulge of water) cause flooding.
  • Eye
    (Calm center of the storm)
  • 9. 3) Blizzards
    (Snow storms)
    - Strong winds, blowing snow and very low temperature.
  • 10.
  • 11. Weather siren.
  • 12. This flag shows that a hurricane is approaching.

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