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  • Unpleasant weather conditions like strong winds, snow, heavy rains, hail, sleet, lighting all the follow a life cycle and happen in a certain season.
  • Most storms also have winds. some wind storms might occur with or without precipitation.
  • Sandstorms occur most likely in deserts because of the sand.
  • Sandstorms go around 0.005 to 0.01 inches and 0.15 to 0.30 millimeters.
  • Dust storms occur mostly in dry winds storms.
  • Hurricanes have both female and male names but at one point they only had female.
  • Hurricanes are harmless in oceans.
  • In Australia they call hurricanes willy-willies.
  • The fastest forward speed for a hurricane would be 70 mph which was in England.
  • Hurricanes can cost billions of money for example they can destroy hand made things and nature like trees and bushes.
  • In the Atlantic ocean it runs from June 1 all the way to November 30.
  • The record for the most winds would be hurricane Patrica.
  • The hurricane John became a category five in Hawaii.
  • The most recent hurricane to reach category five was hurricane Ivan in 2004.
  • The record for highest speed would be Emily with a speed about sixty.
  • Ivan struck nine states from Florida to Pennsylvania from September fifteen-seventeen in only three days.
  • Fifteen total hurricanes in a single Atlantic season.
  • Over one third of cat and dog owners do not have a protective place for there pets.
  • In the Pacific ocean hurricane season starts in May fifteen and end November thirty.
  • The heavy waves of a hurricane are called a storm surge.
  • Almost forty percent of the hurricanes in the us will hit Florida.
  • When hurricane Katrina hit in Louisiana it was a category five it cost 108 billion dollars.
  • They begin to name hurricanes in 1953.
  • Only three categories of hurricane five have ever hit the us.
  • The hurricane that cost the most cost around 125 billion dollars.
  • Before we impose a hurricane can start after or before.
  • In Atlantic basin the most that there has ever been a hurricane at one was four times.
  • The hurricane that has traveled the most was 7,165 miles it was hurricane John.
  • John also lasted the longest.
  • Four basic categories for weather events would be tropical disturbance tropical depression, tropical storm and hurricane.
  • If wind reach seventy four mph it is considered a hurricane.
  • Category one hurricane will only destroy trees mobile homes which go at seventy four to ninety five.
  • Category two some trees mobile homes their roofs signs and peers winds go at ninety six to 110.
  • Ivan hit Alabama category three and mobile homes buildings and serious floods.
  • The wind for category four will be up to 131 to 155.
  • A category three or even higher is considered dangerous.
  • During world war two is when they stared to name them.
  • Once a name is removed it is never added back to the list.
  • Tropical depression winds are thirty nine to seventy three.
  • Tropical storms are seventy four mph or higher.
  • The scale for hurricanes are one to five.
  • The word hurricane means evil spirit of the wind.
  • In world war two was the first time that people flew In hurricanes.
  • A big hurricane would be like ten atomic booms per second.
  • Ninety percent of deaths are because of floods.
  • Hurricanes can reach 40,000 to 50,000.
  • Winds can cause above 2 million trillion gallons of rain per day.

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