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Extreme weather is when the weather is very severe or serious from the usual weather. It can lead to flooding, thunderstorms, hurricanes, heatwaves, tornadoes and cyclone. Some extreme whether conditions are manmade like deforestation, blocking of waterways improper gabbage disposals to name a few, while others are natural e.g cyclone, hurricanes and tonadoes. Attached are pictures of some extreme weather conditions.

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  • tom Tom @ the BNC
    22 Apr 2020

    Thank you for this description. On the Hub, we ask that posts always contain a question or new idea so we can talk about it, so please add this to future posts. Do you have something you would like to ask everyone to talk about?

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  • global-conversation.png Wonderkids Model School | Sierra Leone
    22 Apr 2020

    A flood is an overflow of a large amount of water beyond its normal limits, especially over what is normally dry land. To plan for floods, you need to understand the type - or types - of flood you may face. Why? There are several different kinds of flood, and each one bears a different impact in terms of how it occurs, how it is forecast, the damage it causes, and type of protection you need.
    The three common floods are
    Fluvial floods (river floods )
    Pluvial floods (flash floodand surface floods)
    Coastal floods (storm surge)

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  • global-conversation.png delightful_snow | Donholm Primary School | Kenya
    22 Apr 2020

    In our country, we are suffering from floods because the rains are heavily falling. Some roads and houses are destroyed.

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