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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. 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.
2. Tornado Basic Information
Just what is a tornado? How does it form? Where do tornadoes tend to be found? Learn more about these fascinating whirlwinds!
3. AccuWeather.com Website Review
Review of AccuWeather.com, a useful weather information and forecasting resource.
4. 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?
5. Hurricane Basic Information
Knowing the basic information about hurricane formation can help you better understand these large, dangerous storms so that you can prepare for them if they come near.
6. 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.
7. 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?
8. Staying Safe and Being Prepared For A Snowstorm
You have just heard that a snowstorm is coming your way. What steps should you take to keep yourself and your family members safe?
9. The Greenhouse Effect
With all the talk of the oceans warming and the climate changing due to the greenhouse effect what exactly is the greenhouse effect?
10. 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!!
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