What is an extreme weather for kids?
Extreme weather is any weather that falls outside of normal patterns. This includes heavy winds, thunderstorms, floods, heat waves, tornados, hurricanes, hail, and blizzards.
How do you teach kids about storms?
Here are a few ways you can educate the children in your care about weather and climate:
- Set up a classroom weather station.
- Share observations and fun facts about weather.
- Track hurricanes and learn about funnel clouds.
- Take time to watch or read the local weather forecast.
What are some types of extreme weather?
Their answers should include the following:
- Tornado: clouds, strong wind, rain, hail.
- Hurricane or cyclone: strong wind, heavy rain.
- Blizzard: heavy snow, ice, cold temperatures.
- Dust storm: strong winds, arid conditions.
- Flood: heavy rainfall.
- Hail storm: cold or warm temperatures, rain, ice.
- Ice storm: freezing rain.
What is bad weather called?
inclement. adjective. formal inclement weather is bad, usually because it is wet, cold, or windy.
How do kids survive a storm?
DURING A HURRICANE:
- Stay away from low-lying and flood prone areas.
- Always stay indoors during a hurricane, because strong winds will blow things around.
- Leave mobile homes and to go to a shelter.
- If your home isn’t on higher ground, go to a shelter.
- If emergency managers say to evacuate, then do so immediately.
Where can kids learn about weather?
The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids. Space Weather Center. Tree House Weather Kids. The Weather Channel Kids.
What is the rarest weather condition?
Fire Rainbow The real name for this rare weather phenomenon is a circumhorizontal arc. These are caused by light passing through wispy, high-altitude cirrus clouds. They can occur only when the sun is very high – more than 58° above the horizon – in the sky and along the mid-latitudes in the summertime.