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Hurricane Preparedness Fact Sheet 2010   [open pdf - 25KB]

"Hurricanes are violent storms which can bring intense winds, heavy rain, a storm surge, floods,coastal erosion, landslides, and tornadoes. While it is difficult to predict the exact time, place, and force of hurricanes, residents of the Atlantic and Gulf Coast states must be prepared. The season for hurricanes runs from June through November, with most hurricanes occurring mid-August to late October. Each season, on average, six hurricanes form in the Atlantic Ocean of which two become major hurricanes."

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2010-05-17
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