NWS Grand Junction Social Media. Travis Booth November 22, 2013. Credit: Carl Marcus. Outline. - NWS Social Media Goals - What’s Available for You? *Examples *Surprises - Interaction: Please send us your reports via Facebook and Twitter!. Credit: Carl Marcus. Goals.By patch
Understanding Violent Weather Dana Rosengard, Ph.D. National Press Foundation Gaylord / OU. Dana Rosengard, Ph.D. McMahon Centennial Professor Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication University of Oklahoma.By kylar
NWS Grand Junction Social Media. Travis Booth November 22, 2013. Credit: Carl Marcus. Outline. - NWS Social Media Goals - What’s Available for You? *Examples *Surprises - Interaction: Please send us your reports via Facebook and Twitter!. Credit: Carl Marcus. Goals.By yan
NAME Weather Analyst Date. CURRENTLY AT EIU. Danville. Champaign. Decatur. Paris. Charleston. Taylorville. Terre Haute. Shelbyville. ICE. Effingham. Robinson. AM. WEATHER STORY. WX Point One WX Point Two WX Point Three. CURRENTLY AT EIU. TT. SKY. SKY. WINDS.By valentine-salazar
Student’s Name Weather Analyst Date. Your Weather Story. WX Point One WX Point Two WX Point Three. Daytime Highs Today. Danville. Champaign. Decatur. Paris. Charleston. Taylorville. Terre Haute. Shelbyville. ICE. Effingham. Robinson. AM. Midwest Highs. Minneapolis. Pierre.By jolene-rasmussen
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E.T. 2/25 Draw the following (beach, water, and sun) in the “notes” section of your science notebook. THE STORY OF MR. SEABREEZE Why we have weather. Imagine yourself at the beach during the day and then at sunset -- what, if any, differences are there?.
Weather Hazards Weather. What is a weather hazard? What are the causes and effects of hurricanes? What are the causes and effects of tornados? What are the causes, effects and dangers of other weather hazards? Summary activities. The key concepts covered are:
Story Maps Story Maps Story Maps. By Judy Mutzari 2011. There are many different ways to organize the information in a story…. Different story maps…. You can even make a picture…. But there always must be…. The people (who) The setting (where) The time (when) The plot (what)
WEATHER, WEATHER ALL AROUND. Part 2. Jet Stream. The term “jet stream” is often used to refer to the rivers of wind high in the atmopshere – above about 20,000 feet – that steer storms.
AF 202 – Chris Dimoulis. Aviation Weather: Weather Hazards. Objectives. Thunderstorms Wind Shear Turbulence Icing Fog Additional Hazards. Thunderstorms. Thunderstorms. Requirements for thunderstorms Moist air Instability Initial lifting action. Thunderstorms.
A presentation to help learn words and phrases to talk about the weather in English. Can e used as flashcards or classroom display
Weather. Why does the earth heat uneavenly ?. It moves further away from the sun It is tilted It has water on it No one knows. The angle at which light hits the earth is called. . . insolation isolation constallation integration. Which gets hotter in summer. Blacktop Concrete. Why?.
Weather. By: Triston Helms. Tsunamis. A tsunami is a series of ocean waves that sends surges of water, sometimes reaching heights of over 100 feet (30.5 meters), onto land. These walls of water can cause widespread destruction when they crash ashore.
Weather. Part 1: Heating the Earth. Weather is…. the daily condition of the Earth’s atmosphere. caused by the interaction of heat energy, air pressure, wind, and moisture. studied by meteorologists. . How Does Heat Energy Move?. Conduction: the movement of heat by direct contact
Weather. State Objectives 4.c, 4.e, 4.h. . Discussion. What are some ways in which weather affects your everyday life?. What is Weather?. Atmosphere layer of gases surrounding Earth. Weather is the conditions of the atmosphere. Temperature Air Pressure Humidity Wind Clouds