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Title

Hurricane watch

Description

This informational text describes the relationship of air over land and oceans. When wind speed reaches 74 miles an hour, a tropical storm becomes a hurricane. Explains the sequence of weather events and how weather planes fly into the eye of a storm to take measurements of temperature, pressure, and precipitation. People prepare safely for the storm by securing homes, gathering supplies, and moving inland.

Author

Branley, Franklyn M.

Publisher

Harper Trophy

Illustrator

Maestro, Giulio

ISBN

0-06-445062-7

City of Publication

New York

Year of Publication

1985

Author of Abstract

Abstract provided by: Valerie A. Ubbes, 2007

Citation

Branley, Franklyn M., “Hurricane watch,” Children's Picture Book Database at Miami University, accessed February 15, 2019, https://dlp.lib.miamioh.edu/picturebook/items/show/13705.
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