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Day 162: Severe Weather Basics May 10, 2007

Posted by Admin in Homework, Meteorology.
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In starting our week-long unit on severe weather basics and safety, we started with defining and contrasting the two main types of severe weather alerts:  watches and warnings.  We then discussed the six major types of severe weather:  Floods, Thunderstorms, Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Ice Storms, and Blizzards.  We only went into detail on Flooding today – tomorrow we’ll continue by discussing thunderstorms – next week; tornadoes.

Remember – forecasting packets are due tomorrow and there will be a quiz over that material tomorrow too!

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