Storms create destructive winds, storm surges along the coast.
Hurricanes and tropical storms create destructive winds, storm surges along the coast, and cause extensive damage from heavy rainfall and flooding. Hurricanes are classified into five categories based on their wind speed, pressure, and damage potential. Categories One and Two are extremely dangerous and warrant full attention. Category Three and higher are considered major hurricanes with winds of 111 to 115 miles per hour or more.
Take the following measures before an anticipated tropical storm or hurricane event.
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