Severe Weather

Severe Weather

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  • By: Nour Kochaiche
  • Severe Weather
  • Hello class! I'm Mrs. Mallah. The first type of storm we will discuss is a thunderstorm. Vertical cumulonimbus clouds are a sign of one approaching. Lightning is also a key component.
  • I'm Drew the news reporter! We are on the coast of Florida right now witnessing a category 5 hurricane . Storm surge is currently at 19 feet. We are passing through the eye wall right now which has very high winds.
  • Oh look class we have a tornado forming in the courtyard! It is ranked as an EF 3 on the Fujita scale. There are very strong winds ranging from 135-165 mph that come with an EF  3 tornado.
  • The tornado has moved on to the farm behind the school and currently has a very strong updraft and downdraft (the arrows) going at each other so it won't end anytime soon. Let's get to safety in the car!
  • Our last storm we will be experiencing today is a blizzard. With a blizzard low visibility and very low temperatures are expected. Stay warm inside everyone and be safe!
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