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Categories of Hurricanes
Category 1 - 74 to 95 mph
category 2 - 96 to 110 mph
category 3 - 111 to 129 mph
category 4 - 130 to 156 mph
category 5 - 157 or higher mph
How are hurricanes formed?
After effects of Hurricane Camille and how to prepare for Hurricanes
Hurricane Camille caused severe dune and beach erosion, left thousands of people homeless as it did around 1.42 billion dollars of damage and it was not accurately predicted what they thought would happen was some heavy rain but instead they got a category 5 Hurricane. You can prepare for Hurricanes by evacuating routes, have proper tools, supplies and first aids kits, flashlights or candles because power will go out. If you're in a low area, secure outdoor objects, have plenty of food and water for each family member, and if you are called to leave the area do so immediately.
Damage done by Hurricane Camille
- When Hurricane Camille crossed Cuba it weakened slightly but then intensified very quickly
- Hurricane Camille was only responsible for an estimated 250 deaths, which about 150 of them were because of floods caused by the hurricane
- Before landfall Hurricane Camille's wind speed was around 60 mph
- Hurricane Camille made the Mississippi river flow backwards