Summer Ice Storm
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Summer Ice Storm
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All illustrations by Alex Kalomeris
Cars Buried in Hail by Ulises Ruiz/AFP/Getty Images
Guadalajara at Night Photo by Alan Levine
Hail Damaged Car Photo 1 by aydngvn
Hail Damaged Car Photo 2 by mwesselsphotography
Hail Damaged Car Photo 3 by Official
Hail Damaged Car Photo 4 by Christian Delbert
Hail Damaged Cars Illustration by Lorelyn Medina
Hail Flowing in Streets by Weather Events
Hail Hitting Roof by John Neff
Hail in Hand by Rbreidbrown
Hail in Hand 2 by Dan Ross
Hail on the Ground by Noir
Hailstorm Flooding by Sandra Moreno Villasenor
People Walking on Ice by Fernando Carranza/Reuters
People in Guadalajara Photo by Wonderlane
People in Guadalajara Video by MassiveClips
Start of Hailstorm by Dustin Wilcox
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Activity Prep

The anchor phenomenon for this unit is an icy hailstorm that happens during warm summer weather. In the activity, Summer Ice Storm, students generate observations and questions about the phenomenon and create an initial explanation of how it happened.

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