Hurricanes And Aviation: Oceanic Cyclone Threat Growing

The most-violent weather phenomena on Earth are hurricanes and tornados, the two often related. The mother of convective storms, hurricanes, once they reach maturity, can generate wind speeds as high as 190 mph. Hurricane Maria leveled Puerto Rico with maximum sustained winds of 155 mph that, on...

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