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Weather Current Event Project

Here are a few of my favorite articles from www.sciencenewsforstudents.com ordered from favorite to least favorite.

Wacky winter dumps snow on every single U.S. state

Wacky winter dumps snow on every single U.S. state

From the start of winter to January 4,2018 ever lower U.S states started to see abit or portion snowfall. Great amounts of ice and snow last week hit northern Florida. Also last week Savannah,Ga got a near record of snowfall. On January 4,2018 a bomb cyclone blizzard traveled up the east coast of the United States from florida to new England.

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Concerns about Earth’s fever

Concerns about Earth’s fever

Due to the dry condition in California there has been many wildfires. The Kint glacier near Anchorage in Alaska has been shrinking as the temperatures have been rising. The Thames River in England overflows it banks. This didn’t happen because of climate change but scientist can’t deny that it didn’t play its role. The drought is California turned lush green lawns into brown dry patches.

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Is weather control a dream or nightmare?

Is weather control a dream or nightmare?

While doing cloud seeding a truck carrying a mobile radar got buried in snow. In 2016 it was the hottest year. After Hurricane Harvey the National Guard went to rescue people in flooded areas. There was a drought in california so,the snowpack in Rocky Mountains was less than the year before. As a result of that there was very little water able to be used.

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Explainer: Hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons

Explainer: Hurricanes, cyclones and typhoons

These types of storms bring strong winds and lots of water.Tropical cyclone form over the Atlantic Ocean or the Eastern Pacific Ocean.Hurricanes form when warm water rises to the ocean surface. Then cold air sinks in the the middle and creates the eye of the hurricane.

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