Different Types of Hurricanes?

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There are basically 5 types of hurricanes. Category 1 has sustained wind speeds of 74mph to 95mph. Category 2 have wind speeds of 96mph to 110mph. Category 3 is considered a major hurricane with wind speeds of 111mph to 130mph. Category 4 are very strong with wind speeds of 131mph to 155mph. Category 5 have winds of than 155mph causing absolute devastation.
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