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Weather phenomenas
Updated: 9/13/2020
Weather phenomenas
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  • Don't worry, I am sure it is nothing to worry about
  • I'm scared of this hurricane
  • That is because one if the "ingredients" of a hurricane is warm temperature
  • It's really hot outside
  • You're right, I am sweating
  • AAHHH! The trash can just flew away
  • Dark clouds and wind are warning signs of a hurricane
  • We should hurry!
  • One of the consequences of hurricanes is that the storm surge pushes seawater on shore, flooding towns near the coast.
  • Boyle's law determines how a change in pressure will alter the volume of a gas and vice versa. Hurricanes form in areas of low pressure, therefore in these areas because the air pressure is low the volume of the Nitrogen and Oxygen in the air increase.
  • I just watched the news, the hurricane is a category 3, that means the wind goes 111-130 mph.
  • We arrived just in time!
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