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Make a weather station so you can take measurements and observe weather conditions. Learn how to track a hurricane and how pilots fly inside them. Find out what happened to family members that survived a dangerous hurricane.
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Hurricanes - Storm Science (Miami Museum of Science, Miami, 2004), <>.
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Hurricanes - Storm Science. (2004). Retrieved December 9, 2023, from Miami Museum of Science:
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Miami Museum of Science. Hurricanes - Storm Science. Miami: Miami Museum of Science, 2004. (accessed 9 December 2023).
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