By Melvin Berger, Gilda Berger
Presents solutions to quite a few questions about tornadoes and hurricanes, together with "Where do such a lot tornadoes strike," and "How lengthy do hurricanes last?"
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Between the rain bands are light clouds that produce little or no rainfall. Do hurricanes usually bring lightning? Yes—mostly in the rain bands. The powerful winds, hard rains, and swirling clouds of a hurricane electrify the clouds. Giant sparks of electricity flash within a cloud, from one cloud to another, or from a cloud to the ground. We see these towering sparks as lightning. How much rain falls from a hurricane? Lots. The rain in a typical hurricane makes the water in a swimming pool rise about 9 inches (23 cm).
As this continues, more houses, cars, and roads are being wrecked by hurricanes. Are hurricane injuries getting worse? No. Every year, the scientists at the NHC get better at sending out warnings. With enough notice, people can either prepare for the storm or flee. The results are good. The number of people hurt or killed by hurricanes is going down. 45 What should you do before a hurricane? Get out as soon as you’re told to do so. But until then, or until the storm comes: • Put tape crisscross on windows to prevent flying glass and put boards over big windows.
Prepare a battery radio and a flashlight for use if the power goes off. What should you do during a hurricane? Stay indoors. Keep away from windows and follow the storm’s progress on the radio. Beware the eye of the hurricane. Don’t let the calm trick you into thinking the storm is over. It isn’t over until the second half of the hurricane passes by. What should you do after the hurricane? Stay out of disaster areas. Don’t get in the way of first-aid and rescue workers. Never touch a loose or dangling wire.
Do Tornadoes Really Twist?: Questions and Answers About Tornadoes and Hurricanes (Scholastic Question and Answer Series) by Melvin Berger, Gilda Berger