Be warned these are hurricane Irma extremely graphic viral videos and disturbing footage of the worlds most powerful hurricane, Irma.
[dropcap color=”#” bgcolor=”#” sradius=”0″]H[/dropcap]urricane Irma extremely graphic viral videos from people right at the heart of it. Please be warned some of the footage shows mass destruction and people getting fatally injured.
Hurricane Irma has been classed as the worlds most powerful hurricane, with wind speeds of 200mph+ causing the emptying of seas like the one in Florida.
People have lost homes, businesses, family members and pets due to this catastrophic event!
As the hurricane creates paths of destruction the world is feeling its backlash, with the UK being hit with storm Aileen today the 13/09/2017.
Nothing compares to the immense power Irma has had on Florida and the Caribbean, all we can do is pray for the missing and hope they are found safe and sound.
What has caused hurricane Irma? Hurricane Irma extremely graphic footage will show the power of nature.
Hurricanes are caused when ocean waters surfaces are warm enough, 29 degrees Celsius (79 degrees Fahrenheit) or above to be in fact.
Another factor is wind speed, winds that don’t change much in direction or speed as they rise into the sky.
To be frank, hurricanes are the stuff of nightmares, sent straight from hell!
As you can see in the video of Hurricane Irma above, the hurricane has no problem ripping trees from out of the ground, tossing cars and vans like they are pebbles, and ripping the water clean from the sea.
There are five types, or categories, of hurricanes.
The scale of categories is called the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. The categories are based on wind speed.
Category 1: Winds 119-153 km/hr (74-95 mph) – faster than a cheetah
Category 2: Winds 154-177 km/hr (96-110 mph) – as fast or faster than a baseball pitcher’s fastball
Category 3: Winds 178-208 km/hr (111-129 mph) – similar, or close, to the serving speed of many professional tennis players
Category 4: Winds 209-251 km/hr (130-156 mph) – faster than the world’s fastest rollercoaster
Category 5: Winds more than 252 km/hr (157 mph) – similar, or close, to the speed of some high-speed trains
What Are the Parts of a Hurricane?
Eye: The eye is the “hole” at the centre of the storm. Winds are light in this area. Skies are partly cloudy, and sometimes even clear.
Eye wall: The eye wall is a ring of thunderstorms. These storms swirl around the eye. The wall is where winds are strongest and rain is heaviest.
Rain bands: Bands of clouds and rain go far out from a hurricane’s eye wall. These bands stretch for hundreds of miles. They contain thunderstorms and sometimes tornadoes.
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