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What is the effect of the temperature. Outside on attendance at westside

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    This may make sense to you, but it doesn't to me. Please clarify.

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    1) Rank the hazards listed below from 1 to 6 with “1” as the greatest threat/risk and “6” as the least significant threat for our local area of the Twin Cities. As you carefully consider your ranking, remember that some hazards can have long-ranging impacts outside the immediate area of the event.

    _________earthquakes _________volcanic eruptions
    _________landslides or other mass wasting events _________floods
    _________tornadoes and severe thunderstorms _________hurricanes

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