The strong winds spread debris across the land scape of Texas as it ripped through the structures destroying anything in its direct path. The strong winds accounted for some of the damage but the wind wasn’t the only factor that caused property damage. The main cause was from the flooding/storm surge. As talked about in the previous paragraph the surge was the leading cause of damages. The estimate cost in damages are expected to reach 160 billion.
Superstorm Sandy Superstorm Sandy devastated almost all of the eastern seaboard and parts of Cuba. The hurricane started as a normal tropical storm over the warm waters near the equator (Pacific and Atlantic oceans). Then began to spin counterclockwise and form into a hurricane. The hurricane was given a category one rating on October 23, 2012.Even though the hurricane did not touch the Dominican Republic it still dumped twenty inches of rain in Hispaniola. Over fifty people died from flooding and mudslides.
Although it rains from May to November, only September and October typically bring the tropical thunderstorms. Considering the extreme weathers and extreme geological location, it can be concluded that Costa Rican experienced many form of natural hazard. In addition to that, these events are interconnected. Earthquakes and volcanoes are two common events in Costa Rica. Those events leads to another natural disasters such
There have been many natural disasters in Costa Rica. One of them was the October 2008 Central American floods. This was caused by a series of low-pressured areas. The heavy rainfall began October 2009. Then it extended to Mexico and Costa Rica with several weeks of rainfall.
All things considered, even though the Great Flood caused a lot of damage and devastation, it was also the cause of a major political change which in the long run was probably better. The flood changed the way that many states provided relief from natural disasters and the responsibility of government in assisting the victims that were affected by the disasters. The flood also changed the way that people lived, due to the fact that it destroyed multiple houses and towns. The Great Flood of 1927 is classified as one of the worst natural disasters of the 1900’s because of how many towns it destroyed and displaced when the MIssissippi overflowed into 11 states from Illinois to Louisiana. The flood was especially terrible because of how long it lasted, which was about 4 months.
Hurricane Katrina an extremely deadly tropical storm that was one of the most high cost disasters and one of the most deadliest hurricanes to ever hit the United State. The Hurricane at its peak, had winds of speeds of at 175 mph, and did devastating damage to coastal areas and islands. With most of the harm hitting Louisiana, particularly the New Orleans. The cost of Katrina was catastrophic, it is estimated the total cost impact is around the range of a 150 billion dollars. This storm claimed its title as one of the most deadly hurricanes to ever hit the United States of America with a estimated death count of 1,245 to 1,836 total.
Hurricane Katrina “ What changed in the United States with Hurricane Katrina was a feeling that we have entered a period of consequences ” ( “Al Gore” AZ Quotes ). This quote was said by former Vice President, Al Gore, and he believed that Global Warming was to blame for Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane comes from spanish word “ huracán ” which was borrowed from Taino Indians word “ hurakán ” which means center of the wind ( Hurricane Katrina Devastates ) . Katrina formed August 23, 2005, when it had hit New Orleans, in early morning of the 29th. Katrina was designed as a Category 3 hurricane but , peaked at a Category 5.
As the storm passed west of Cuba, its effects extended as far east as Havana, where winds reached 56 mph (90 km/h). Across the Florida Straits, Key West, Florida, recorded 36 mph (58 km/h) winds.  The strongest sustained winds measured in association with the storm were 107 mph (172 km/h) in Mobile, Alabama, corresponding to a one-minute average of 87 mph (140 km/h) adjusted for modern recording techniques. Although not directly recorded, sustained winds of Category 3 intensity probably affected coastal Mississippi and Alabama, with Category 2 winds affecting Florida.  Throughout the affected region, telephone and telegraph infrastructure was blown down, crippling communications.
Lately a series of winter storms in a short amount of time has changed that. This mass amount of flooding has caused big run offs of water. This is all caused by 70 inches of rain or snow since monday. 6-12 feet of snow have fallen in california 's mountains. The rain is a good thing and a bad thing at the same time.
A tornado can destroy anything in its path. It kills many people and animals. An example would be a tornado breaking a skyscraper and 1,000 people dying. A flood can affect many places. In Ancient Egypt, floods were good, however, in the U.S.A., floods are bad.
Two hours later, Hurricane Katrina went through Hallandale Beach and Aventura on August 25. Hallandale Beach and Aventura are in the right side of the bottom tip of Florida. Hurricane Katrina began to get less stronger and became a tropical storm. After it went through the bottom tip of Florida, it entered the Gulf of Mexico. There it got back to being a hurricane.
Loud booms rang out. The quivering began to intensify, causing belongings to fall in residents’ homes. It was the beginning of the 5.7-magnitude Oklahoma earthquake, which struck on November 6, 2011 and resulted in significant structural damage (“Oklahoma’s Largest Quake in Decades Buckles Highway; Rattles Residents,” CNN). A journalistic study—published in the journal Geology—conducted in 2013 showed that the 2011 earthquake was actually caused by fracking, a practice in which water is injected into the Earth’s ground (“Wastewater Injection
The tempest surge from Hurricane Katrina, which made landfall on August 29, 2005, brought about calamitous harm along the coastlines of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Levees isolating Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans were broken, at last flooding around 80% of the city. Also, real wind harm was accounted similarly as 200 miles inland. Katrina is presently considered the deadliest and costliest tropical storm in the U.S. in more than 80 years. On the whole, more than 1,400 individuals were murdered and harms are evaluated to have surpassed more than $75
Hurricanes are a storm with violent wind in particular a tropical cyclone in the tropics. A hurricane forms from a bunch of other storms that form into one that becomes very dangerous. Before a hurricane comes it usually rains a lot and it also rains a lot. When the hurricane comes the rain looks like it’s raining sideways because the winds sometimes push up to 100mph speeds and that is very dangerous. Before the storm comes lots of clouds