Hurricane Dorian Will Shake Up Florida As It Will Be The Strongest Hurricane After The Andrew
The increasing development in our world is also destroying the ecological balance which in turn is the cause of natural calamities that are taking place all over the world. Thanks to the technological advancement we get to know about the hurricanes or storms way before they reach us. This helps the local administration in preparing for the future or evacuate people from the area, if needed. It is true that the damage to the property of the government and the individuals can’t be averted but it is also true that many lives get saved with the help of modern technology.
1What are hurricanes?
A hurricane is also called as tropical cyclone which is basically a type of storm which develops over tropical or subtropical waters. Many coastal cities have been destroyed and many people have lost their lives due to hurricanes. Presently, the hurricane Dorian is in news because it can be the strongest hurricane to hit east coast of Florida.
2Footage of hurricane Dorian
A spectacular footage of hurricane Dorian has been taken by National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s camera and it shows hurricane Dorian spinning in the Atlantic region. The camera outside the International Space Station shows that Dorian was becoming powerful at 1.05 EDT on Thursday when it was north of Puerto Rico.
3Escalation of the storm
Hurrican Dorian was a category 1 storm but after crossing the Atlantic waters it will escalate into a category 4 storm and it will be making landfall on the Florida east coast on the Labor Day. Hurricane Dorian has already turned into category 3 storm on Friday and it will blow with the speed of 130 mph after turning into category 4.
4The strongest hurricane
Hurricane Dorian will be the strongest hurricane to hit Florida’s east coast after Andrew which came in 1992. This is the consecutive fourth year when Florida is being getting hit by a hurricane. Since 1940, this is the first time that Florida has been hit by hurricanes continuously four times.