logging in or signing up 1st Grade Powerpoint rudd1ee Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 354 Category: Education License: Some Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: September 29, 2011 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description 1st Grade Powerpoint Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript SEVERE WEATHER: SEVERE WEATHERSevere Weather is:: Severe Weather is: Dangerous weather situations Bad storms Dangerous to people and buildingsCharacteristics of Severe Weather: Characteristics of Severe Weather Strong Winds/ Dark Skies Rain/Snow Lightning/ Thunder Freezing Rain Hail Tornadoes/ Funnel CloudsStrong Wind is dangerous because…..: Strong Wind is dangerous because….. Knocks down trees Blows around heavy objects Can knock YOU downDark skies could mean…: Dark skies could mean… A Thunderstorm will possibly come soon Lightning can strike any minute GET INSIDE!Rain can be dangerous when….: Rain can be dangerous when…. There is a lot at one time FLOODS! Causes cars to loose controlSnow can be dangerous by….: Snow can be dangerous by…. Blocking you into your house Making it VERY hard to drive Being VERY coldLightning can be dangerous because…: Lightning can be dangerous because… You can be struck! It can hit trees; they can fall Can start firesThunder can mean…: Thunder can mean… A thunderstorm is coming Lightning will strike soon Thunder is… The sound lightning makes Can make a big BOOM or CLAP noise!Freezing Rain is…: Freezing Rain is… Rain that freezes into ice as it falls to the ground Sometimes called “sleet” Can make everything VERY slipperyHail is…: Hail is… Small or large chunks of ice Falls from the sky; usually with rain Can be VERY damagingTornadoes and funnel clouds are…: Tornadoes and funnel clouds are… VERY strong wind Whirlwinds/spinning columns of air Tornadoes are stronger/biggerWhat to do for Safety?: What to do for Safety? #1 Rule: GET INSIDE!!Get Down!: Get Down! Get inside the basement if possible. Stay AWAY from windowsCover UP!: Cover UP! If flying objects, cover up! Blankets, coats, helmet Get under something strong!Snow Storm Safety…: Snow Storm Safety… Stay inside during bad snow storms If outside wear: Hat Coat/snow pants Boots GlovesSlide 17: m rpbps , Storm Front 16, December 2, 2010 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution Thomas Tolkein , Blizzard, December 18, 2009 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution Woodleywonderworks , incoming storm, May 27, 2011 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution k thprn , Strong Winds over the Weekend, March 31, 2009 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution scott.andrew , White Event Tents, Grey Skies, July 4, 2002 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution Daniel Sandler, Rain, July 8, 2005 Via dsandler.org , Commons Attribution- N on Commercial- ShareAlike d oortoriver , Snow Storm, Dec. 2008, December 21, 2008 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution snowpeak , Lightning, July 25, 2009 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution Dendroica cerulea , Iced Branches, January 28, 2011 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution deltaMike , Hail at My House, June 30, 2006 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution b ark, Uh Oh, funnel cloud- fill version, August 9, 2011 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution l affy4k, The Power of Katrina, January 15, 2006 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution D H Wright, Houses on the Boulevard, Hessle , October 22, 2006 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution d ugsong , basement, February 7, 2010 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution p opofatticus , hiding in plain sight, March 16, 2006 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution AndrewEick , Jasmine Crawls in snow, December 20, 2008 Via Flickr, Commons Attribution You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.