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Introduction hurricane, tropical cyclone in which winds attain speeds greater than
74 mi per hr. Wind speeds gust over 200 mi per hr in some.
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by Steve Graham and Holli Riebeek · November 1, 2006. Introduction. Few things
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Hurricanes and Tropical Storms Introduction A Hurricane, like other natural
disasters, is one that we all pause to listen to each time we hear of it on the news.
Introduction: The Hurricane of '38 Introduction. Other Introductions. In September
of 1938, a great storm rose up on the coast of West Africa and began making its ...
Hurricane Katrina raged ashore on Monday, August 29th 2005 carrying with it a
storm surge that caused over 50 breeches of New Orleans's protective levee ...
Hurricanes start out as a region of thunderstorms called easterly waves that drift
across the tropical oceans. If the area of thunderstorms shows decreasing ...