SAS 179 – Disaster Strategy & Hurricane

A hurricane is a wind of high speed – above force 12 on the Beaufort scale – which brings torrential rain and can destroy any flimsy structures. It is a tropical form of cyclone, which in more temperate latitudes would be prevented from developing in the upper levels of the air by the prevailing westerly winds.

SAS 179 - Disaster Strategy & Hurricane

SAS 179 – Disaster Strategy & Hurricane

Originally posted: November 25, 2012

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