Damage from Hurricane Bonnie.

Damage from Hurricane Bonnie.

Hurricane Bonnie

Hurricane Bonnie

TRMM's PRECIPITATION RADAR DATA OF HURRICANE BONNIE   Hurricane.Bonnie-Towers in the Tempest - 'animation storyboard'

TRMM's PRECIPITATION RADAR DATA OF HURRICANE BONNIE Hurricane.Bonnie-Towers in the Tempest - 'animation storyboard'

again on entering cooler waters.Fearing a major hurricane strike, coastal locations from Florida to Virginia performed extensive preparations in advance of the storm. In addition to tropical cyclone watches and warnings, about 950,000 people were evacuated from the Carolinas, and the military evacuated and relocated hundreds of aircraft and vessels from the storm's projected path.Soldiers and guardsmen were deployed throughout those regions.Hurricane Bonnie made landfall as a borderline

again on entering cooler waters.Fearing a major hurricane strike, coastal locations from Florida to Virginia performed extensive preparations in advance of the storm. In addition to tropical cyclone watches and warnings, about 950,000 people were evacuated from the Carolinas, and the military evacuated and relocated hundreds of aircraft and vessels from the storm's projected path.Soldiers and guardsmen were deployed throughout those regions.Hurricane Bonnie made landfall as a borderline

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This photo released by the White House shows US President Bill Clinton at Martha's Vineyard, MA, talking to Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Director James Lee Witt concerning Hurricane Bonnie 26 August. The President and his family are on vacation at Martha's Vineyard.

This photo released by the White House shows US President Bill Clinton at Martha's Vineyard, MA, talking to Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Director James Lee Witt concerning Hurricane Bonnie 26 August. The President and his family are on vacation at Martha's Vineyard.

Hurricane Bonnie  Hurricane Bonnie was a major hurricane that made landfall in North Carolina, United States, inflicting severe crop damage.

Hurricane Bonnie Hurricane Bonnie was a major hurricane that made landfall in North Carolina, United States, inflicting severe crop damage.

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Newspaper coverage of the damage from Hurricane Bonnie.

Newspaper coverage of the damage from Hurricane Bonnie.

Damage from Hurricane Bonnie.

Damage from Hurricane Bonnie.

Fort Myers, FL in Florida - Hypercanes would have wind speeds of over 800 kilometres per hour (500 mph) and would also have a central pressure of less than 70 kilopascals (21 inHg), giving them an enormous lifespan. For comparison, the largest and most intense storm on record was 1979's Typhoon Tip, with a wind speed of over 300 kilometres per hour (190 mph) and central pressure of 87 kilopascals (26 inHg).The extreme conditions needed to create a hypercane could conceivably produce a system…

Fort Myers, FL in Florida - Hypercanes would have wind speeds of over 800 kilometres per hour (500 mph) and would also have a central pressure of less than 70 kilopascals (21 inHg), giving them an enormous lifespan. For comparison, the largest and most intense storm on record was 1979's Typhoon Tip, with a wind speed of over 300 kilometres per hour (190 mph) and central pressure of 87 kilopascals (26 inHg).The extreme conditions needed to create a hypercane could conceivably produce a system…

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