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  • A storm is a disturbance in the atmosphere.
  • Hurricanes are circular storms.
  • Hurricanes form over warm oceans.
  • Hurricanes are more dangerous than regular tropical storms.
  • Hurricane Patricia was the strongest hurricane based on wind speed.
  • The naming of hurricanes began in the early 1900s.
  • The difference between hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones is the location.
  • Hurricanes have strong winds that can destroy buildings and rip trees from the ground.
  • Hurricanes develop in summer or fall.
  • In a hurricane waves can rise up to twenty feet.
  • The eye wall is the most destructive part of the hurricane.
  • Hurricane John lasted for a whole month.
  • People who live on a coast have a greater chance of a hurricane encounter.
  • If a hurricane had great impact on the world the name is "retired".
  • Hurricanes are the most destructive storms on Earth.
  • Most hurricanes stay in the sea.
  • Hurricanes occur in the Atlantic Ocean between June first and November thirtieth.
  • The rotating storm of a hurricane makes an eye wall.
  • Hurricane Emily moved at seventy mph.
  • From 1953-1978 hurricanes were only given female names.
  • The forward speed for an average hurricane is twenty mph.
  • Most hurricanes die when contacted by cool water.
  • Hurricanes don't occur in South Atlantic Oceans.
  • Hurricanes rotate counter-clockwise.
  • 127 tornadoes occured after Hurricane Ivan.
  • If winds are less than 119 km it is not a hurricane and is a tropical storm.
  • Hurricanes have five categories.
  • $125 billion was spent on damage after Hurricane Katrina.
  • The highest wind speed in a hurricane was recorded at 253 mph.
  • Hurricanes are large tropical storms.
  • Hurricane Marco was the smallest hurricane that occured in the Gulf Of Mexico.
  • Hurricanes are stronger when they are over water than on land.
  • Most hurricanes that occur in the U.S. hit Florida.
  • The longest lasting category five hurricane lasted for five days.
  • The year of 2005 saw the most hurricanes.
  • The deadliest hurricane to hit the U.S. happened in Texas.
  • twenty eight total hurricanes occured in 2005.
  • It sometimes take days or weeks for a hurricane to develop.
  • The mildest part of a hurricane is the eye.
  • A huge hurricane can release energy equal to ten atomic bombs.
  • Hurricanes produce mild tornadoes.
  • Hurricanes can mutate.
  • If water is below seventy nine degrees a hurricane should not happen.
  • Light winds outside of the hurricane steer it.
  • Hurricanes are large enough to carry winds 160 mph.
  • The eye of a hurricane is about thirty two kilometers.
  • Stronger hurricanes can get to 40,000 to 50,000 feet in the sky.
  • Hurricanes spawn tornadoes.
  • Water must be eighty degrees or higher for a hurricane to occur.
  • Winds flow outward above the hurricane.
  • Hurricanes contain snow and ice.
  • You can know when a hurricane is coming with a seismograph.
  • Deserts affect Atlantic hurricanes..
  • Hurricanes have limits
  • Winds for the air of the hurricane upward.
  • Humid air makes the clouds of the hurricane.

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