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Here are the top ten articles for the Weather Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. The Book of Clouds -- Review
The Book of Clouds by John A. Day is an excellent resource for anyone interested in looking at the daytime sky.
2. Tornado Myths -- Tornado Facts
Tornado myths are common. Do you know the tornado facts?
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. Layers of the Atmosphere
Although most of our weather occurs in the lowest part of our atmosphere, the higher layers also influence climate, weather, and human life.
6. Frugal Hurricane Preparation
If you live in a coastal area, you know the importance of hurricane preparation. But what if you are on a fixed or low income? Here are some tips on frugal hurricane preparation.
7. Interesting Facts about Hurricanes
Hurricanes are incredibly powerful displays of nature´s strength. Here are some interesting facts about hurricanes and storms.
8. Most Destructive Hurricanes
With more and more people living by the ocean, in cities full of millions of people, the damage caused by a single hurricane can now be astronomical.
9. Opening Windows During a Hurricane
An urban legend says to open windows on one side of your home during a hurricane, so that pressure does not build up and make your house explode or implode. WRONG!!
10. Weather Lore and Amateur Forecasting
How accurate is weather lore? Should you use it in amateur forecasting?
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