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Hurricanes and Tropical Storms
A hurricane is a tropical cyclone with winds exceeding 74 miles per hour. Typhoons are the name given to these storms when they occur in the Eastern Hemisphere, usually in the western Pacific. Tropical depressions and tropical storms are tropical cyclones with lesser intensity.

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Hurricane Isabel (2003) as seen from orbit during Expedition 7 of the International Space Station. The eye, eyewall, and surrounding rainbands, characteristics ...

National Hurricane Center


Official source for world-wide tropical predictions, current satellite images in infrared and visual spectra, storm advisories, warnings, marine and coastal hazard ...

Hurricane Patricia Recap - The Weather Channel


Nov 3, 2015 ... Hurricane Patricia was the strongest landfalling Pacific hurricane on record.

As of this writing, the official dedication of the new Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial in Washington, DC, has been canceled (no new date has been determined), the entire mass transit system of New York City will shut down as of noon on Saturday, and Amtrak has... More »
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Hurricane Central - weather.com - The Weather Channel


Monitor tropical storms and hurricanes and get storm safety and preparedness tips with Hurricane Central from weather.com and The Weather Channel.

Hurricane 2015 - AccuWeather.com


AccuWeather.com's Hurricane Center offers everything you need for tracking hurricane season 2015. Download tracking maps, research hurricane facts, and ...

Hurricanes | Ready.gov


This page explains what actions to take when you receive a hurricane watch or warning alert from the National Weather Service for your local area.

Hurricanes & Tropical Cyclones| Weather Underground


Weather Underground provides information about tropical storms and hurricanes for locations worldwide. Use hurricane tracking maps, 5-day forecasts, ...

Hurricanes 101 - National Geographic


WATCH: Find out how hurricanes form and what's being done to better predict their impact.

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Q: What is in a hurricane?
A: in the eye of the hurricane is perfectly nice and sunny,the windy part is the strongest winds but the same land just getting torn or damaged. Read More »
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Q: Why are they hurricanes?
A: There are two possible origins of the word "hurricane. According to one source, the word "Hurricane" is derived from the Spanish word "huracn" the origin of whi... Read More »
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Q: How to Buy Hurricane Windows.
A: If you live in a hurricane-prone region, consider investing in hurricane windows to protect your home and family from hurricane-force winds. Unlike ordinary sto... Read More »
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Q: What Are the Stages of Development of a Hurricane?
A: The word "hurricane" describes a severe tropical cyclone in the North Atlantic Ocean, the northeast Pacific Ocean or the eastern South Pacific. Hurricanes are c... Read More »
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Q: How to Participate In Hurricane VMK.
A: May 21 2008 VMK closed its gates. A new protest has started called Hurricane VMK to bring back VMK. Hurricane VMK is when you call up Radio Disney and protest a... Read More »
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