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Many people are still dealing with the massive wave of destruction from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and the bad news is that it might not be over. Hurricane Maria is next in line, and the storm seems to be following the same path as Irma.
Hurricane Irma was an extremely powerful storm, and even though it weakened significantly as it made its way towards landfall in Florida, the hurricane still caused an incredible amount of damage. NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, situated on Florida’s east coast, escaped the worst that the storm had to offer, but didn’t make it out unscathed.
Hurricane Irma made its way inland this weekend, slamming into the west coast of Florida before advancing north, and its while it’s now been downgraded to tropical storm status, it’s still causing plenty of headaches for residents and travelers. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station were safely out of the storm’s path — you know, …
Millions of people in Florida woke up without power on Monday morning as Hurricane Irma tears through the state, leaving a trail of flooding and devastation in its wake. The storm made landfall in the continental US on Sunday after ripping through the Caribbean as a Category 5 storm late last week. Wind speeds had …
“That just might be crazy enough to work” is the mantra of nearly 60,000 people hoping to dissuade Hurricane Irma from making landfall in Florida. A Facebook event, which started this week, aims to gather as many participants as possible in an effort to literally blow Irma back out to sea before it can do …
Hurricane Irma, one of the most powerful Atlantic storms ever recorded, is currently on track to wreak havoc on Florida. Having already made landfall on some small islands, it’s moving perilously towards the densely-populated state, where its 185mph winds would be devestating. But we’re still not certain of Irma’s path. Weather forecasting is notoriously tricky …
Most people — normal, not insane people — will do everything in their power to avoid ending up inside a hurricane. For the brave scientists forecasting hurricanes, things are far less simple, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s “Hurricane Hunter” crew, it means flying straight into the most dangerous storms on the planet. A …