Concentrating on the Weather

Looking Back, Here, and Ahead Concentration game

The classic Concentration memory game. The cards begin face down. Click one to turn it over. Try to find the second card that matches the first. If the second does not match, click a third card to look for a new match. Your previous selections return to a face down position. If they do match, the cards are removed to reveal part of the background rebus. Try to determine the rebus message in as few number of turns as possible.

Rebus Solution | What do the symbols on the cards mean?

Focus on Safety

If a hurricane watch is issued for your area, you could experience hurricane force wind conditions within 36 hours. Listen to the NOAA Weather Radio for hurricane progress report. Check your disaster supply kit to ensure it is up to date. Fuel your automobile. Be ready to drive 20 to 50 miles inland to locate a safe place.

If the hurricane is forecast to move directly over your location, you may be in the path of the eye wall. This means that at the height of the storm, you could experience a sudden, rapid decrease in storm intensity as the hurricane's eye passes over your location.

Remain in your shelter as the back side of the storm can be only minutes away with a just as sudden and rapid increase in wind speed, this time from the opposite direction.

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