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“The Big Storm” Vocabulary
atmosphere I wonder if the clouds in the atmosphere around the Earth will ever stop producing snow.
atmosphere a layer of gases that surround Earth
cycle Every day I repeat an endless cycle of trudging through snowdrifts and slushy puddles.
cycle a series of events that happens over and over again
uneven I dedicate an hour each morning removing a layer of uneven, jagged icicles from the eaves of my house.
uneven not straight or regular
collision I was almost in a collision last night, but avoided a crash by swerving to the side.
collision the act of crashing against each other
injured I wasn’t injured, not even a bruise or scratch.
injured harmed or damaged
data Data from the U.S. Weather Bureau and information from the Police Department show traffic accidents at a record high.
data individual facts, figures, and other items of information
C. Thomas, 5 th Grade, Fairmont Charter School.
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