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From the world’s hottest place to the worst weather disaster, weather is filled with fascinating world records. Scroll down to see more!
Explore the Amazing World Records of Weather
Marble Bar, Australia
Polus Nedostupnosti, Antarctica
Port Martin, Antarctica
1,224 ¼ inches
The Coast of Chile
The Grand Banks
Fell in Bangladesh in 1986
The Galveston Hurricane of 1900
The Great Tri-State Tornado
The Huang Ho River
Cyclone of 1970
The United States
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All of the items on this page have lessons in Amazing World Records of Weather, a teacher resource book published by Sunflower Education. Each chapter addresses a particular world record and opens with a teacher’s page that provides objectives, teaching tips, and extension and enrichment activities. Each chapter includes three reproducible student activity sheets.