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                 Extreme Weather


Extreme weather includes zero visiblity fog to hail so large that it will


destroy cars.



All over the world the the fog is very bad every year the death tole goes up for


crashes and the damages go up too from hail storms ruining gardens and making


dents in cars.  Every year blizzards devastate the land but people have made


adjustments and ways to stop damage and deaths like salting the roads and


parking under cover.                                    



Trying to rescue people trapped in cars




The worst blizzard in North American history happened on March 12 - 14, 1888. It affected


areas from Maryland and north to some places in Canada .


In some areas the snow drifts were fifty feet high.  200 ships were lost at sea and in


harbors. 100 sailors lost their lives.


Fire damages were very high because the fireman were unable to get to the fires.   






The worst hail storm happened on November 4, 2007.  Rain and hail fell all over


Bogotá, Colombia’s capital city. The city became white around 3 p.m.  Downtown


the water levels rose to 1.5 meters and 100 or so people were trapped in their


cars.  There were no casualities but many people were treated for hypothermia.




The worst rain storm happened




The worst flood happened 



The worst fog happened




The worst drought 







Extreme storms are measered on the  scale




















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