Tornadoes 2019

2023-11-20 09:44:39

Tornadoes 2019


Tornadoes have devastated the Midwest, U.S. in the last few days. Alabama, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Ohio, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and Mississippi have been brutally hit with these powerful events. Involve your students in a better understanding of the ranking and severity of tornadoes with this investigation. Students learn about the Enhanced Fujita Scale (EF scale) and the usual locations and time of year when tornadoes are most likely to occur. They can begin to appreciate and analyze some of the incredible data that is kept by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and understand more completely what is going on around our country and in the news at this time of the year.


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