1. Make a list of what you already know about how hurricanes travel.
2. Make a list of what your group will need to know about
hurricanes in order to predict when the next one will hit land.
4. Print the Hurricane Tracking Chart
6. For each hurricane or potential hurricane, use the experience you gained from the Team Training Activitiesalong with the information you found on the Internet to
a. track the course of the weather system or hurricane; and,
b. determine (with or without image processing software) the location and forward speed of the weather system or hurricane; and
c. predict where and when the weather system or hurricane will come ashore.
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