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G.Sophiel
Answered: Oct 16, 2017
After a storm passes the level of a tropical storm, a hurricane develops. There are 5 types of hurricanes. A category 1 hurricane has winds from 74-95 mph. No real damage to buildings and some...Read More

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N. Kingsley, Writer
Answered: Aug 01, 2018
The best food items to buy in preparation for a hurricane are those that are relatively non-perishable. Anything requiring refrigeration is not beneficial because there's a chance of the power...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 17, 2017
Hurricane Irma was an extremely powerful and catastrophic Cape Verde-type hurricane, the strongest observed in the Atlantic since Wilma in 2005 in terms of maximum sustained winds. It was the...Read More

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Chelsey Erwin
Answered: Jan 15, 2019
The bottom line to preventing hurricanes is to prevent warm water. Sea surfaces are currently too warm, which is the number one factor in hurricanes. The easiest proven way to prevent a...Read More

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Danny R. Glover, Editor
Answered: Sep 25, 2018
This may be because a lot of storms start at tropical latitudes because this is where the ocean is. They will then move towards where the wind will take them which is usually the western side....Read More

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H. Jones, Web Content Writer
Answered: Sep 25, 2018
To reduce hurricane damage, it will help if people would secure the parts of their home which they feel are the most vulnerable against the strong winds and rain. If the critical areas of the...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 16, 2017
Meteorologists long ago learned that naming tropical storms and hurricanes helps people remember the storms, communicate about them more effectively, and so stay safer if and when a particular...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 17, 2017
Hurricane Maria ripped through Puerto Rico on Wednesday, September 20, making landfall as a powerful Category 4 storm with 155-mph winds, according to the National Hurricane Center. It left 100%...Read More

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F. Ray, Student
Answered: Sep 13, 2018
A hurricane is also known as a tropical cyclone. This is considered to be bigger than a storm. It can affect a rather large area when it hits different places. The reason why this is considered...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 17, 2017
Throughout Florida, at least 80 people died in storm-related incidents. The majority of deaths occurred from drowning, trauma, and carbon monoxide poisoning. At least 12 people died throughout...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 17, 2017
Red Cross workers are providing food, shelter, health services and emotional support. Red Cross vehicles are fanning out in affected neighborhoods, delivering meals and relief supplies to people...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 17, 2017
Nearly all of the U.S. territory’s 3.4 million residents need assistance recovering from the storm. Here’s how you can help. Cash. Most organizations are asking for cash, rather than...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 17, 2017
You can contact the Red Cross or FEMA. Red Cross workers are providing food, shelter, health services and emotional support. Red Cross vehicles are fanning out in affected neighborhoods,...Read More

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H.Miaham
Answered: Oct 17, 2017
Hurricane Irma killed at least 61 people in the US and flooded major cities including Jacksonville, Florida and Charleston, South Carolina. Before hitting the United States, Irma slammed into...Read More

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