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Our Group:

 Weathers Tornadoes!
 Ellis Miss Chandler’s Class April 21, 2011
 Callie
 Will
What we learned about Tornadoes!

Tornadoes are most likely to occur from 3:00


p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
-March through May is peak tornado season.
-A tornado watch means there may be a
tornado in your area
-A tornado warning means take shelter
immediately.
-Most tornadoes form from thunderstorms.
-They need warm, moist air combined with
cool, dry air to create a tornado of fast wind.
-Other names for tornadoes are twisters,
funnel clouds, or waterspout if it happens
over water.
-Hail often occurs during tornado weather.
Our Group:

 Weathers
 Ellis
Tornadoes!
 Callie Miss Chandler’s Class April 21, 2011
 Will

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Safety Tips
-If you are under a tornado watch or warning, the basement
is the safest place for you and your family.
-If you do not have a basement then find a room near or in
the center of your house with no windows. A bathroom or
closet may be best.
-Covering your head with your hands is a good way to
protect yourself.
-Listen for a sound like a siren to know one is near.
-If you are outdoors, find a ditch to crawl into. Cover your
head with your hands and crouch down low.
-If you are in school, follow the teacher’s directions. Act
quickly and quietly.