Jun 2, 2014 ... Why Have Female Hurricanes Killed More People Than Male Ones? ... people
directly if male or female hurricanes would be more dangerous, the ..... male
names occurring in certain areas more than others and vice-versa?
Jan 14, 2013 ... Hurricanes may have a ferocious bark, but the bite of floods and droughts is
worse. ... Drought and flooding are the most deadly natural phenomenon. ... On
average, U.S. flooding kills more than 100 people a year — more ... warming
increases the prevalence of these events in certain areas, scientists say.
Jun 2, 2014 ... Hurricanes with women's names seem to kill more than do those with men's. ...
hurricanes with feminine names are more dangerous than those with masculine
ones—is real. ... Some have higher wind speeds than others.
Sep 17, 2004 ... Not only do they lash out with winds and rain, some also spin out deadly
tornadoes. ... While tornadoes may be more intense storms, hurricanes tend to
stick ... "It's a little easier to get yourself in trouble than with a tornado.
The relative danger of hurricanes and tornadoes depends on the situation. While
hurricanes are more destructive to large communities, tornadoes are less ... up
with little warning, hit very small areas very hard and then dissipate fairly quickly.
More dangerous than the high winds of a hurricane is the storm surge - a dome of
ocean water that ... Some locations may have less risk of damage than others.
The most deadly rainfall occurs inland because a hurricane produces destructive
floods. ... These floods can occur more than 100 miles inland. One way to ...
Some hurricanes develop several tornadoes, while others create none at all.
Nov 15, 2012 ... Why climate change is making hurricanes more dangerous. ... Sea level rise is
worse in some places than others. As fate would have it, the ...
In an average year, more than 100 disturbances with hurricane potential are
observed in the .... All hurricanes are dangerous, but some are more so than
Sep 6, 2016 ... Some U.S. cities are at a higher risk than others to experience the ... which puts
the city in more danger if another major hurricane strike.".