Even as late as 1951, damaged trees and buildings were still seen in the affected
areas. It remains the most powerful and deadliest hurricane in recent New ...
Cross section of a hurricane, showing a hurricane's wind field. ... Surrounding the
eye is a violent, stormy eyewall, formed as inward-moving, warm air ... In the
Northern Hemisphere, the most destructive section of the storm is usually in the ...
High winds aren't the only or even the most dangerous part of a hurricane: storm
surges pose the greatest threat to life when a hurricane comes ashore.
Apr 30, 2010 ... Low pressure in the hurricane can act as a plunger, slightly pulling up the water
level. ... What goes up must come down, so with the violent rising air converging
... Hurricanes (by whatever name) are by far most common in the ...
As a general rule of thumb, the inner eye wall of the hurricane's right side (
relative to the direction it is travelling) is the most dangerous part.
Mar 12, 2009 ... One of the most dangerous parts of a hurricane isn't the rain or the wind. ... Most
storm surge is caused when a storm's winds push ocean water ...
Aug 29, 2012 ... High winds aren't the only or even the most dangerous part of a hurricane: storm
surges pose the greatest threat to life when a hurricane comes ...
Aug 22, 2014 ... When it comes to hurricane threats, these cities are America's most dangerous.
If you live near the ocean, the storm surge is the most dangerous part of a
hurricane's hazards. The high death tolls of the ten deadliest U.S. hurricane
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Tropical storm-force winds can stretch out as far as 300 miles from the center of a
large hurricane. Frequently, the right side of a hurricane is the most dangerous ...