Hurricanes are life threatening.
Hurricanes can produce tornadoes if the conditions are right.
Most hurricanes are named. If they are really destructive, they will never use the name again.
The season for hurricanes is June until November.
The eye is the calmest part of the storm.
Hurricanes can cause billions of dollars worth of destruction damage.
A hurricane can grow to over eighty kilometers wide.
The Gulf of Mexico is hurricane prone. This means that they get a lot of hurricanes during the season.
Tropical storms and hurricanes are two different thing but in some ways similar.
The first hurricane to make people fly was in nineteen forty three.
Hurricanes did not start having boy names until nineteen seventy nine.
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