FC: Hurricanes | By Cody and Nathaniel
1: Hurricanes | Table of Contents | This is a devastating picture of waves. | Our book is about hurricanes.
2: This is a few facts about hurricanes. Hurricanes start slowly. Hurricanes usually look like a donut. Hurricanes have very strong winds. Hurricanes can travel miles in a day. Humidity and temperature all effect the hurricane. Hurricanes can be seen from space.
4: The Hurricane winds are washing up waves on the shore. Hurricane winds are very destructive.
6: Wind power creates hurricanes. Hurricanes shriek and howl and make strange noises.
7: They use airplanes to monitor the hurricanes. | There are f1,2,3,4and5 hurricanes.
9: Hurricanes have very high winds, powers, humidity and temperatures . All affects the strength of the hurricane. Hurricanes can travel miles in each day. Hurricanes usually start over the ocean. There's different types of hurricanes. They use jets to see the hurricanes. It's not fun to run from one of them. You can use radios to listen to places to go for safety.
11: Waves of the hurricane suck in every thing in its way including animals,people and buildings.
12: Any one that falls in the water is quickly washed away. | The ocean can wash a whole ship onto land.
13: Hurricanes can cost up to billions of dollars in damage. | Hurricanes usually cause flooding. | Hurricane winds and water currents are very strong.
14: Clouds of a hurricane are forming. | This is a hurricane seen from space. Hurricanes are very large.
15: Flooding is one of a hurricanes viscous moves to destroy a city or even a state.
16: The worse part of the storm is the storm surge. The storm surge is a very bad place to be.
17: Hurricanes can form in a line.
19: Resources Hurricane Katrina by Mary Ann Hoffman Hurricane Katrina by Ellen Rodger