Subtropical storm olga forms in caribbean waters off the coast of Nicaragua
Category 4 storms are now common in the Gulf of Mexico, where thunderstorm activity has increased to a moderate level. In this situation, the storms move over land at extremely fast speeds. This is particularly true of heavy rainstorms, which are often accompanied by strong storm surges and high-intensity winds, including heavy rainfall from light카지노 쿠폰ning strike waves (or “thunderstorms”), which can be deadly to people and damage the coastlines. A storm surge of 6 to 22 feet can be powerful enough to seriously injure or even kill, and has been reported since at least the 19th century.
Hurricane Ivan (1998)
Hurricane Ivan was the fourth major hurricane of 1998, and is a large Category 4. Th김천출장마사지is hurricane caused widespread damage to the Bahamas, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Haiti, and the Virgin Islands. In all but one of the hurricane’s four days, the center of the hurricane was located off the coast of Jamaica, where this storm generated winds up to 170 mph (281 kph).인터넷바카라
Large-scale flooding occurred along the coasts of Cuba, Trinidad and Tobago and the Dominican Republic in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
This storm is similar to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita (2005). In addition to heavy rains and winds, Ivan’s eye made landfall at Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, where it was sustained for 7 days. It was initially reported as being the strongest hurricane ever recorded, but it’s more likely the weakest.
Hurricane Nina (2005)
Hurricane Nina was the fifth major hurricane of 2005. This hurricane spawned powerful cyclones in the Pacific Ocean, causing death and destruction along the Eastern Pacific coast of the United States and throughout the Caribbean. In total, 35 people died as a direct result of the storm, and the damage caused by this storm can be estimated at about $150 billion (US$171 billion) according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Category 5 tropical cyclone, Ivan (2005)
Hurricane Ivan (2006) is a Category 5 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 275 mph (408 kph) and maximum sustained sea level rise of more than 17 feet (4 m). A total of 11 people were killed and an estimated 16,500 homes were damaged in eastern Caribbean coastal areas, where the storm made landfall.