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Hopefully by this time, you have gone through the essentials about hurricanes and tropical storms, and have a thorough understanding of what they can do. Now, you can learn more about them, and gain a more profound appreciation of them. Learn about their effect on people in terms of how strong they are, know the differences between the various watches and warnings, and understand how to prepare for them.

You will get the opportunity to see how Atlantic and Eastern Pacific storms are named by the people at the National Hurricane Center as well as go through history, and learn about the destruction from hurricanes past.

Hurricaneville has the complete list of hurricane names for the next six years as well as information on some of the most devastating hurricanes from 1900 to the present with an almanac on storms and hurricanes from over the past six years. In addition, as of the start of the 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season, Hurricaneville has compiled a database of 310 locations and all storms from 1851 to 2005, and are able to compute the storm, hurricane, and major hurricane totals during that period, monthly storm totals, most powerful hurricanes, shortest and longest lasting storms in that era, yearly storm, hurricane, and major hurricane days and yearly total duration, yearly net tropical activity, landfall frequencies, and storms that have developed on this date.

Once your done with all of that, take our new and improved Hurricane Quiz Finally, if you're not sure or still have more questions on the information presented at this web site, check out the Frequently Asked Questions page.



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