Posted: September 16, 2010 by orlandoayli in general, Pupil
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 Hurricanes are devastating storms with very strong winds that can blow up to 220 miles per hour. We measure hurricanes with the Saffir-Simpson scale. They start over an area of warm tropical sea like the Indian oceans, Atlantic and the Pacific. Hurricanes can destroy trees and buildings and even lift up boats and cars and throw them around.

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For details of the Saffir-Simpson Scale go to this link

  1. evelinasec says:

    Well done TF. 🙂

    You have chosen a very good range of pictures and your writing is clear and to the point.

    I hope you show your teachers at your home school what you have achieved.

    Are you pleased with the result of your work?

  2. ML (Visiting teacher) says:

    Excellent work! Very interesting information included and powerful pictures.

  3. tf says:

    I am pleased with my work and iI would like to do a another blog.

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