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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Weather Site! These are the top ten articles that your Weather Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Interesting Facts about Hurricanes
Hurricanes are incredibly powerful displays of nature´s strength. Here are some interesting facts about hurricanes and storms.
2. Category Ranges for Hurricanes
When they say a hurricane is Category 5 or Category 1, what does that mean? What are the differences and what can we expect with each hurricane category?
3. Most Powerful Earthquakes in History
Earthquakes have been recorded in terms of magnitude since 1899. What are the most powerful earthquakes that we know about?
4. How to Read a Weather Map
Many types of weather maps have become available since the advent of computers and the Internet. Get some tips on how to use these informative tools.
5. What is La Nina?
Lately we have heard about La Nina in the news. Forecasters have mentioned that La Nina might be responsible for the unusual weather we have had in the United States. Well just what exactly is La Nina and how does it happen and what are the effects of it?
6. Factors that influence the weather
What causes the weather? Have you ever wondered what factors influence the weather and why some areas are cold and some are warm?
7. What you should do to prepare for a hurricane
The forecasters are warning that a hurricane is likely to hit your area in the next few days. What do you do? The tips inside are to help you plan and prepare if you should happen to find yourself facing the possibility of a hurricane in your area.
8. The Birth Of A Hurricane
Have you ever wondered where exactly a hurricane comes from? Did you know that without certain factors a hurricane cannot survive? What are these factors and what is the process for the formation of a hurricane? how do hurricanes form? what causes a hurricane?
9. Most Deadly Earthquakes in History
We have been recording earthquakes since the late 1800s. What are the most deadly earthquakes in our history?
10. Earthquakes and Juan de Fuca Plate
Ocean earthquakes off the Pacific Northwest suggest the potential for stronger earthquakes and tsunamis in the region of the Ring of Fire.
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