The folks here at Hurricaneville hope you enjoyed and learned a lot from your stay, and will research hurricanes even further to get more detailed information on the fundamentals and facts learned at this site. Now, here are some additional literary sources that were used in the research for this website.
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Note: The safety tips and the list of hurricane names are provided by The Weather Channel, and The National Hurricane Center. There are additional sources of information contains in the links section.