CRAZY WIND AND RAIN!
By Luke Borbas
1. Eye wall: A ring of towering thunderstorms, where the most severe weather occurs.
Sentence: There are special planes that drop a falling probe into the eye of a hurricane, to scan the eye wall and see how strong the storm is.
2. Dropsonde: A canister that is released into the eye of a hurricane that measures wind, temperature, pressure, and humidity.
Sentence: The meteorologist reported on the findings from the Dropsonde that took readings from the hurricane.
3. Anemometer: This is a wind gauge used for recording the speed and often the direction of the use.
Sentence: Weather an instrument called an Anemometer to tell us how fast the wind is blowing.