Hurricane Michael has been upgraded to a Catagory 5 Hurricane

Hurricane Michael has been upgraded to a Catagory 5 Hurricane

NOAA’s National Hurricane Center have found that Hurricane Michael had an intensity of 160 mph when it made landfall at the Florida Panhandle last October, making it a category 5 hurricane, the first to hit the US since Andrew in 1992. Michael was directly responsible for 16 deaths and about $25 billion in damage in the U.S.

Jackie
Jackie
drakethesnake
drakethesnake 1 year

Control it via intentional climate change. I agree at this point being ignorant of the effects is impossible. They either don't care or they want an easy path through the Arctic and to be able to drill in Antarctica.

beanie weaine
beanie weaine 1 year

Are cat. 5 hurricanes rare anymore when every country is trying to control the weather.

Andrew 1010
Andrew 1010 1 year

Saw it coming to be honest.

Jackie
Jackie 1 year

they still need so much help rebuilding. when I was there a few months ago for the recovery effort there were trapped roofs and downed signs for as far as the eye could see even months after the hurricane.

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