HURRICANEBasicPlanet.com
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Hurricanes can be
described as giant,
swirling storms.
These monster
storms can reach
winds speeds up to
1...
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They can also unleash a whopping
2.4 trillion gallons of rain a day.
The winds can turn debris into deadly...
BasicPlanet.com
Types of hurricanes
BasicPlanet.com
Tropical depression
A tropical depression can have
wind speeds up to 39 mph.
It has no eye and does not
ty...
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A tropical storm is a group
of heavy thunderstorms with
greatest constant winds
between 39 – 74 mph.
Tropi...
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Hurricane or Typhoon
A hurricane or typhoon system involved sustained winds that
reach at least 34 meters ...
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Hurricanes are measured by category rating of 1 to 5 on the Saffir-
Simpson scale. Level five is the most da...
Damages
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Floods
Flying debris
Mudslides and landslides.
Large waves
Destruction of vehicles, bridges, buildings, ba...
Global warming effects
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Studies and research conclude that there are high possibilities of extreme and
intense hurricanes to occur...
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  1. 1. HURRICANEBasicPlanet.com
  2. 2. BasicPlanet.com Hurricanes can be described as giant, swirling storms. These monster storms can reach winds speeds up to 160 miles per hour.
  3. 3. BasicPlanet.com They can also unleash a whopping 2.4 trillion gallons of rain a day. The winds can turn debris into deadly objects in a matter of seconds.
  4. 4. BasicPlanet.com Types of hurricanes
  5. 5. BasicPlanet.com Tropical depression A tropical depression can have wind speeds up to 39 mph. It has no eye and does not typically have the organization or the spiral shape of more powerful storms.
  6. 6. BasicPlanet.com A tropical storm is a group of heavy thunderstorms with greatest constant winds between 39 – 74 mph. Tropical Storm
  7. 7. BasicPlanet.com Hurricane or Typhoon A hurricane or typhoon system involved sustained winds that reach at least 34 meters per second or 74 miles per hour. In the eye wall the winds and thunderstorms are the strongest and cause the greatest amount of damage. Today’s stats show that hurricanes are capable of producing winds exceeding 155 mph!
  8. 8. BasicPlanet.com Hurricanes are measured by category rating of 1 to 5 on the Saffir- Simpson scale. Level five is the most dangerous and destructive. Hurricanes occur in the Caribbean Sea, Eastern Pacific Ocean, Southern Atlantic Ocean and in the Gulf of Mexico.
  9. 9. Damages BasicPlanet.com
  10. 10. BasicPlanet.com Floods Flying debris Mudslides and landslides. Large waves Destruction of vehicles, bridges, buildings, barns and other outdoor structures.
  11. 11. Global warming effects BasicPlanet.com
  12. 12. BasicPlanet.com Studies and research conclude that there are high possibilities of extreme and intense hurricanes to occur in the next century since the climate is warmed due to the increase in greenhouse gases in our atmosphere.
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