Hurricane category 6

Do we have any in our future? Joplin, Missouri, Five Years. The Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale (SSHWS), formerly the Saffir–Simpson hurricane.

Each increase in category greatly increases the damage potential. Category – Category-SSHS Destruction. Robert Simpson has stated that there . The National Hurricane Center only ranks .

Hurricane categories range from (mile-an-hour winds) to (1mph and up ). According to the National Hurricane Center, Irma . Hurricane Irma has become even stronger than the most extreme forecasts were projecting. On Tuesday, Irma became the most powerful Atlantic hurricane ever recorded outside of the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, according to the . Yes, at sustained winds of 1miles per hour, Irma is potentially the most powerful Atlantic hurricane on record. The storm is setting multiple records for intensification and strength in the western hemisphere, and challenges the strongest storms ever recorded on earth. The Story of the Greatest and Deadliest Hurricane of the Caribbean and the Americas.

The first thing that is wrong is that people are already stupid about hurricanes. No such category currently exists.

THE full extent of the horrors facing the American people in the wake of Hurricane Harvey were laid bare yesterday, after the First Lady Melania . Hurricanes are measured by the intensity of their wind speed . Kevin is correct in that notion. The reason is simple: The Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale, which is where we get our categories from, is, in essence, a damage . The scale we have right now really never envisioned storms that powerful. In fact, some have suggested that we need to add a “ category ” to.

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