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As of early Friday morning there were no reports of freezing rain in the Gorge or in East Portland or Troutdale, but the threat still remained, accordihttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=41Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500Hurricane Season 2009 The 2009 Atlantic hurricane season that officially began on the first of June and will get over on November 30. So far the coastal areas of the United States have been spared any seriously major storms. nbsp; A few stats of the hurricanes this season so far - Hurricane Bhttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=39Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500Hurricane Bill Now a Major HurricaneHurricane Bill has become a major hurricane and is currently a category 4 hurricane. Bill is the first major hurricane of the year. Hurricane Bill is forcast to veer North away from the Eastern shores of the United States, however this could change. Bill is expected to generate huge waves along the http://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=38Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500A Complete and Exhaustive Guide to Hurricanes – part five Along with wind speed, swells, and clouds the surface pressure readings are also an indicator about the presence and strength of a hurricane. Any reading that is below 1010 MB should be treated with caution; in some extreme cases, as with Hurricane Gilbert, the pressure drophttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=37Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500A Complete and Exhaustive Guide to Hurricanes – part four The rainbands, the eyewall, and of course the eye of the hurricane are its main components. Surface air in a cyclone structure spirals in an anti-clockwise direction and then it starts to move upwards close to the center and flows out through the top in a clockwise directionhttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=36Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500A Complete and Exhaustive Guide to Hurricanes – part three As mentioned in the ending of the previous article, something like wind shear can destroy a cyclone formation. A hurricane can weaken when it makes landfall or when it gets deprived of warm moisture as it moves towards cooler waters. nbsp; At the same time it is also poshttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=35Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500A Complete and Exhaustive Guide to Hurricanes – part two Here we try and understand what it takes for a hurricane in the North Atlantic Basin to actually form. nbsp; An existing weather disturbance, warm ocean currents, moisture-laden air, light winds, and forming north of around 5deg; North latitude ndash; these are the prehttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=34Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500A Complete and Exhaustive Guide to Hurricanes – part one A bit of history firsthellip;hurricanes derive their name from the Caribbean God of Evil known as Hurican and to the old mariners a hurricane must have appeared like some serious evil being churned from the depths of the ocean. Hurricanes cause severe damage on land and at http://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=33Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500Hurricane Floods Do Kill Floods caused due to heavy rains that accompany a hurricane are the second major source of damage to life and property after the storm surge. The floods are caused by the storm surge too. The reason why flooding leads to so many fatalities is that people underestimate the pohttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=32Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500Hurricane Storm Surge Damage Storm surges cause the maximum damage and fatalities in a hurricane. In the case of Hurricane Katrina, the strong storm surge pushed waters from the Gulf of Mexico far inland so much so that these overwhelmed the levees built to contain flooding in the Mississippi River and http://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=31Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500Hurricane-related Facts When the wind speeds in a tropical storm reach 74 mph or more, it gets designated a hurricane. Hurricanes can take a long time to develop and gather strength. They can develop for two weeks or more over an open sea. The eye of a hurricane can extend over 400 miles.nbsp; Huhttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=30Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500Be Prepared This Hurricane Season When the hurricane season arrives, it is best to be prepared to face naturersquo;s fury. The first thing to know is that you are not alone, you have to be prepared on your part but at the same time you are a part of a community effort. You are a part of a team and you have http://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=29Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500NASA’s Role in Studying Hurricanes – two NASA tracks the global air temperature and humidity through its Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS) instrument. The data provided by NASA is made use by weather agencies to make forecasts on storm strengths, accompanying winds, etc. NASA and the Japan Aerospace Explorationhttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=28Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500NASA’s Role in Studying Hurricanes - one NASA is amongst the worldrsquo;s leading space research organizations and as such as well-placed to study natural phenomenon that require remote-sensing capabilities. NASA makes good use of the technology at its disposal to study hurricanes and typhoons and the data gatherehttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=27Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500Information on Hurricane Insurance in Florida – part three The 2004 hurricane season also left a deep impact on the insurance sector. The year saw hurricanes Charley, Frances, Ivan and Jeanne caused the insurers damage of around $25 billion in the state of Florida. It made the insurers realize that they are at risk not just from onehttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=26Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500Information on Hurricane Insurance in Florida – part two As mentioned in the previous article, legislations such as FUWA are enacted when government feels that the private insurance companies are overstating the cost of hurricane damage. Also some private insurance companies charge their more ldquo;exposed to hurricanesrdquo; cuhttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=25Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500Information on Hurricane Insurance in Florida – part one The state of Florida faces the maximum hurricanes in the US. Hurricanes in Florida cause extensive damage and are a very expensive proposition for home and property owners as well as state governments. Insurance companies are not very keen to cover property at rates that canhttp://www.hurricaneshuttersflorida.com/article_details.php?articleId=24Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 -0500