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Bailey  Brad  Graydon

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                 Extreme Weather

 

Extreme weather is zero visiblity fog to hail that will

 

destroy cars.

   

 

all over the world the the fog is very bad every year the death totel gos up for

 

crashs and the damages go up to from hail storm ruing gradens and making

 

dents in cars and every year blizzard devistat the land but people have made

 

ajustment and way to stop damage and deaths like icing the roads and

 

parking under cover.                                    

 

 

Trying to rescue people trapped in cars

 

EXTREAME WEATHER

 

The worst blizzard happened

 

In 1888 on March 12-March 14 it effectied Maryland to Canada in some places

 

the snow drifts were fifty feet high.200 ships were lost at sea and 100seamen

 

died.Fire damages were very high.  

 

 

 

The worst hail storm happened On  November 4 2007, rain and hail fell all over

 

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

 

the water level, which reached 1.5 metres, 100 or so people were traped in

 

cars.  There were no casitolys but many people were treated of hiperthermea.

 

 

 

The worst rain storm happened

 

 

 

The worst ice age happened

 

 

 

The worst fog happened

 

 

 

The worst rain storm or flood happend  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extreme storms are measered on the  scale

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 References

 

http://colombiaherald.wordpress.com/2007/11/04/the-biggest-hail-storm-ever-recorded-in-bogota/

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