HOW DOSE A HURRICANE FORM ?
- Warm ocean water ( More Than 80*F ) Provides Energy For The Hurricane and causes more evaporation making humid air and clouds !
- Winds coming together Force air upward
- Winds Flow Outward above the storm Allowing the air below to rise
- Humid air rising makes the clouds of the storm
- Light Winds outside the hurricane steer it and let it go
WHERE DOSE HURRICAN HAPPEN ?
Hurricanes (by whatever name) are by far most common in the Pacific Ocean, with the western Pacific being most active. In some years, the Philippines are struck by more than 20 tropical storms and typhoons. The term applied to various storms depends on their location. Only one hurricane force storm has ever occurred in the South Atlantic
HOW OFTEN DOSE IT HAPPEN ?
s often as the conditions are right but there cant be hurricanes forming on top of each other. The can be more than one forming or formed at once, actually, more often than not during hurricane season, more than one hurricane is formed or forming.
HOW CAN YOU PREPARE FOR A HURRICANE ?
- To begin preparing, you should build an emergency kitand make a family communications plan.
- Know your surroundings.
- Learn the elevation level of your property and whether the land is flood-prone. This will help you know how your property will be affected when storm surge or tidal flooding are forecasted.
- Identify levees and dams in your area and determine whether they pose a hazard to you.
- Learn community hurricane evacuation routes and how to find higher ground. Determine where you would go and how you would get there if you needed to evacuate.
- Make plans to secure your property:
- Cover all of your home’s windows. Permanent storm shutters offer the best protection for windows. A second option is to board up windows with 5/8” marine plywood, cut to fit and ready to install. Tape does not prevent windows from breaking.
- Install straps or additional clips to securely fasten your roof to the frame structure. This will reduce roof damage.
- Be sure trees and shrubs around your home are well trimmed so they are more wind resistant.
- Clear loose and clogged rain gutters and downspouts.
- Reinforce your garage doors; if wind enters a garage it can cause dangerous and expensive structural damage.
- Plan to bring in all outdoor furniture, decorations, garbage cans and anything else that is not tied down.
- Determine how and where to secure your boat.
- Install a generator for emergencies.
- If in a high-rise building, be prepared to take shelter on or below the 10th floor.
- Consider building a safe room.