The term hurricane is derived from Huracan, a god of evil recognized by an ancient tribe from Central America. In other parts of the world, hurricanes

The term hurricane is derived from Huracan, a god of evil recognized by an ancient tribe from Central America. In other parts of the world, hurricanes

Weather Underground presents "Hurricane Formation" in the North Atlantic. Forecasts predicted that the 2013 hurricane season would be an active one, b

Weather Underground presents "Hurricane Formation" in the North Atlantic. Forecasts predicted that the 2013 hurricane season would be an active one, b

A few hurricane facts

The embarrassing questions you have about hurricanes, answered

Outside text recommendation for I Survived Hurricane Katrina, 2005. Hurricane facts for kids.

Outside text recommendation for I Survived Hurricane Katrina, 2005. Hurricane facts for kids.

Great infographic on record tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes. Have students create infographics for other topics!

Great infographic on record tornadoes, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes. Have students create infographics for other topics!

Based on historical data available, The Great Hurricane of 1780 was the deadliest Atlantic basin storm from the period of 1492 onward, according to a National Hurricane Center study. It is estimated to have killed 22,000 people across the Caribbean.

50 Amazing Hurricane Facts

Based on historical data available, The Great Hurricane of 1780 was the deadliest Atlantic basin storm from the period of 1492 onward, according to a National Hurricane Center study. It is estimated to have killed 22,000 people across the Caribbean.

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