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Hurricanes - Ryan, Benjamin, Adele

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  • 1. A hurricane is a tropicalstorm with heavy rain, galeforce winds and even snow.
  • 2. How do hurricanes form?A hurricane begins over an ocean, about50 to 100 kilometres north or south ofthe equator. It forms when a tropicalstorms moves over an area of risingwarm air. The water must be 30 or moredegrees.
  • 3. 1. Stay away from windows and doors2. Have safety equipment.3. Make sure flashlights are within reach4. Stay away from rising waterDo not dothis in ahurricane!
  • 4. 1 Google2 Howling Hurricanes3 Hurricanes and Tornadoes

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