How many types of hurricanes are there?


There are 5 types of hurricanes, which are classified by their speed. Type1 has speeds 74-95. Type 2 has speeds 96-110. Type 3 has speeds 111-130. Type 4 has speeds 131-155 and type 5 has speeds of 150 and over.
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Hurricanes are listed into categories ranging from 1 to 5. Category 1 hurricane has winds of 74-95 mph. Cat 2 is from 96-110 mph. Cat 3 is from 111-130 mph. Cat 4 is from 131-155 mph. The most catastrophic hurricane is a category 5 with winds from 155 mph and up.
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