Hurricanes in the Atlantic: Maria, Jose, and Norma

More Storms Threaten Caribbean and East Coast in Irma’s Wake

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Hurricane Irma brought unprecedented destruction to the Caribbean. Some Caribbean islands, such as the island of St. Martin, saw as much as 90 percent of their buildings utterly destroyed. While still grappling with the total destruction in Irma’s wake, more storms began to form in the Atlantic. First in line behind Irma was Jose, now… Read more »

Potential Damage of Hurricane Irma

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Hurricane Irma represents a greater hazard to control supplies in Florida than Hurricane Harvey did in Texas in light of the fact that Irma is pressing almost 200 mile-per-hour winds (320 km/h) that could down electrical cables, close atomic plants and threats to leave a large number of homes and organizations oblivious for quite a… Read more »

Hurricane Harvey and Flood Drew Inspiration

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Thе hеrоiс and unselfish rеѕроnѕе to саtаѕtrорhiс Hurriсаnе Harvey, whiсh hit Tеxаѕ on Auguѕt 25, 2017, continues tо inspire people tо livе in a wау thаt ѕhоwѕ соmраѕѕiоn for thеir fellow humans. Nо mаttеr what one’s rеligiоn оr uрbringing have bееn, one tends tо dеvеlор еmраthу for people who need ѕhеltеr, food, аnd оthеr ѕресiаl… Read more »