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Hurricane Season starts with
Cristina Scare
www.worldweatheronline.com
The Hurricane Season
The Hurricane season this year has seen
many tropical storms develop, howe...
www.worldweatheronline.com
Formation of Hurricanes
Hurricanes are also known as
typhoons, cyclones and
tropical cyclones, ...
www.worldweatheronline.com
Hurricanes insight
Hurricanes or tropical
cyclones are classified as
tropical storms when the
s...
www.worldweatheronline.com
To find out more about hurricane
classification and the danger of Hurricane
Cristina, click the...
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Hurricane Season Starts with a scare!

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Hurricane Cristina has set new and frightening records this last week, bringing with it the dangers of another hurricane season.

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  1. 1. www.worldweatheronline.com Hurricane Season starts with Cristina Scare
  2. 2. www.worldweatheronline.com The Hurricane Season The Hurricane season this year has seen many tropical storms develop, however it is Hurricane Cristina that has broken lots of records.
  3. 3. www.worldweatheronline.com Formation of Hurricanes Hurricanes are also known as typhoons, cyclones and tropical cyclones, though there is a slight difference between hurricanes and tropical cyclones though.
  4. 4. www.worldweatheronline.com Hurricanes insight Hurricanes or tropical cyclones are classified as tropical storms when the speed of the storm that reaches 39 mph and become tropical cyclones when the wind speeds reach 74 mph.
  5. 5. www.worldweatheronline.com To find out more about hurricane classification and the danger of Hurricane Cristina, click the link below: Hurricane Season starts with a Scare!
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