Hurricanes and Tornados are disastrous massive naturel disasters. They are both alike and different. Hurricanes has its unique traits and so does Tornados. Also Hurricanes and tornados cost the U.S billions every year over damage.
Tornadoes are a brutal force of destruction. Currently it is not possible to predict oncoming tornadoes with certainty a relatively long while before the event, for instance a week, and since they form in different places every time... we should be prepared for the worst. A tornado 's result can be devastating and its possibilities are countless. They have a huge impact on the economy, since the reconstruction can be very lengthy and expensive.
Hurricane Ivan Hurricane Ivan was a large, long-lived, Caped Verde-type hurricane that caused widespread damaged in the Caribbean and the United States. It was category 5 hurricane. It was a really bad storm. It happened in 2004, I was nine years old.
Close your eyes and imagine what it would be like to live in a house surrounded by enormous vivacious trees. The view from every angle of your home would never be a disappointment. Think about how beautiful and breathtaking it would be to watch all of the leaves change colors during autumn. Right now, you are most likely inclined to believe that nothing could possibly be awful about living here, but you are wrong, very wrong. Now imagine that same house, but place it in a residential suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
A tornado measured EF-4 characterized as the second most-powerful type of tornado struck areas of Moore in Oklahoma where it killed 51 people, wounded more than 120 people, caused widespread fires, and reduced many homes to rubble on May 20, 2013 (Williams, 2013). This disaster required the declaration of a major disaster by the US President (Williams, 2013). If I have been selected to lead the long-term recovery process for Moore, recovery projects could be prioritized following some criteria. Restoring life continuity, lifelines, debris management, economic recovery, housing reconstruction and household recovery, and finally the environmental recovery are the criteria in order of importance that should be based the long-term recovery. Many
Hurricane Hazel was the deadliest and costliest hurricane of the 1954 Atlantic hurricane season. The storm killed at least 400 people in Haiti before striking the United States near the border between North and South Carolina, as a Category 4 hurricane. After causing 95 fatalities in the US, Hazel struck Canada as an extratropical storm, raising the death toll by 81 people, mostly in Toronto. As a result of the high death toll and the damage caused by Hazel, its name was retired from use for North Atlantic hurricanes.
Once upon a time the most destructive hurricane in history came to my city. I was in the kitchen when I got a weather alert about Hurricane Sky. it said it was coming to us and is going to hit in two days. As soon as I heard this I started preparing. First I went to Publix to get water and canned food that can last for a while just in case I don 't get a chance to get food after the storm.
Was it that severe? How was my town affected? This was something I was wondering after a really strong storm went through my town. It was I think two or three years ago in Hampton Iowa. It was fascinating and threatening at the same time..
Natural disaster can be every bodies night mare in some parts of the world because of all the damage they can cause. Hurricanes and twister have many similarities and differences. They are both different in their location and their wind speed. On the contrary, they both do about the same amount of damage and where you should hide is similar. To begin with, hurricanes and tornados vary in their location.
Can you believe that tornadoes happen more often than hurricanes? Hurricanes only happen 5 times a year! Tornadoes only happen 800 times a year as in Spencer Adkins said. First, according to "What You Should Know About Tornadoes", tornadoes spin differently in different hemispheres.
The Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 16, 1947. However, tropical cyclogenesis began with the development of a tropical depression on June 13. There was a total of seven tropical storms, five of them strengthened into hurricanes, while two of those became major hurricanes – Category 3 or higher on the modern day Saffir–Simpson scale. The final system, a tropical depression, was absorbed by a cold front on December 1, one month after the official end of the season on November 1, 1947. Four hurricanes and four tropical storms made landfall during the season. Overall, the tropical cyclones of this season caused about $184.2 million in damage and at least 101 fatalities. The United States death toll of 53 was