Image of a hurricane approaching the coast of the United States. Left: Image
produced by Hasler, Pierce, Palaniappan & Manyin of NASA's Goddard
Hurricanes are large swirling storms that form over warm ocean waters.
If the storm reaches a sustained wind speed of 74 miles per hour it is called a
hurricane - such as "Hurricane Fran". So, hurricanes are not given names,
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