- A hurricane is a tropical storm in the eastern pacific coast
How Does A Hurricane Form?
- A hurricane forms when the moister from the sea water and heat mix together
- The water temperature must be at least 75-80
Historical Examples Of A Hurricane
- Hurricane Katrina and The Hurricane of 1900
- Between 6,000 At least 5,000.
- 2,000 individuals Injured
- Damage: 30 million dollars
The Hurricane of 1900
- 1,833 people died
- The total damage from Katrina is estimated at $108 billion
- 6300 people were injured
How to Be Prepared In A Hurricane
- Rain gear
- Stock supply kit
- Weather detector
- More well built homes
- Keep track of the weather change
- Radar systems
- Fradin, Judith Bloom., and Dennis B. Fradin. Hurricanes. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic, 2007. Print.