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6 facts of HURRICANE 2012

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facts

DID YOU KNOW Hurricanes are the most destructive storms in the world. It brings heavy rains and (storm surges) large amount ocean water punched towards shore by strong wind of hurricane hurricane are spiraling tropicals. Wind speeds over 160 miles (257 kil an hour )the hurricane unleashs 2.4 trillon gallons of water (9 tillion litters )herricanes generate energy by staggering scales . it draws heats from waters and moist ocean  if you want more look at this video

who it effected

hurricane sandy hit MASSACHUSETTS, NEW HAMPSHIRE,NEW JERSEY,NEW YORK,   NORTH CAROLINA , PENNSYLVANIA,RHODE ISLAND, VERMONT. they were all hit verybadley to recover from the stome they will need millions of dollors 

where it happend

hurricane sandy hit MASSACHUSETTS, NEW HAMPSHIRE,NEW JERSEY,NEW YORK,   NORTH CAROLINA , PENNSYLVANIA,RHODE ISLAND, VERMONT. they were all hit verybadley to recover from the stome they will need millions of dollors 

what type of hurricane it was

Sandy was a Category 3 storm at its peak intens ityparticularly in New York City, its suburbs, and Long Island. Sandy's impacts included the flooding of the New York City Subway system,[2] many suburban communities,[3] all road tunnels entering Manhattan except the Lincoln Tunnel, and the closure of the New York Stock Exchange for two consecutive days. Numerous homes and businesses were destroyed by fire, including over 100 homes in Breezy Point, Queens. Large parts of the city and surrounding areas lost electricity for several days, and several thousand people in midtown Manhattan were evacuated for six days due to the crane collapse at One57. Bellevue Hospital Center and a few other large hospitals were closed and evacuated

how it formed

hurricanes form in tropical regions. They form there because they need warm water of at least 80º heit, high humidity with moist air, light winds, and very warm surface temperatures.

why it happend

(Latent heat is heat energy that is released during the phase change of water vapor.) This latent heat causes the air to become less dense. The warm air then rises; as it rises it becomes cooler and expands. That triggers more condensation and releases more latent heat, which allows more air to rise. A chain reaction is now in place. The exchange of the heat from the surface creates a pattern of wind that moves around the center.

sorces

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/31/hurricane-sandy-west-virginia-new-york-maine_n_2051964.html                                                                                                                           http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/11/05/hurricane-sandys-effects-still-felt-in-new-york-as-transit-system-struggles-to-recover/