Preparing for a severe weather event (hurricane).
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Today, as me and and the meteorologist, John, were talking and cumulonimbus clouds were forming in addition to high winds. John also saw that a warm fronts and cold fronts coming in from different directions. This means that a hurricane will be forming in about two hours.
I suggest that everyone hides in their basement and if you have a bomb shelter, stay there with canned food. This hurricane could last for an hour so you must be prepared when you hide. If you have neither a bomb shelter or a basement, see if you can go to a neighbor's house ASAP.
Hello, I am John. In Virginia, warm fronts and cold fronts are colliding creating the hurricane that we are experiencing.
John and I believe that less deaths can occur if we are more prepared. Next we see a hurricane, we should be ready for it because we will notice cumulonimbus clouds, air pressure rapidly circulating the city, warm and cold fronts colliding, and lastly high winds forming. I believe that we can be more prepared if we look out for these things.
The hurricane is now reaching its peak and is strong enough to knock down trees and blow you away. Please do not leave your house for maximum safety. Air pressure is circulating the city rapidly, meaning that it is at full force.
Wow. This hurricane did a massive amount of damage is definitely gonna cost a lot of money. People should be careful and not be driving so their car doesn't slip. We should try to get money to help people and clean up this mess.
As you all have saw, this hurricane resulted in massive damage to our city. There was nothing we could do besides helping others and ourselves. I suggest that nobody drives their car until this mess is cleared up. This can happen if you can help donate some of your money to help save the lives of many and so we can clear up this mess ASAP.
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