East America had to deal with 35 catastrophic hurricanes in a few hours. “The enormous temperature difference and wind cut in the United States – the wind changes altitude quickly – promotes severe thunderstorms and hurricanes,” explains VTM meteorologist David Dehanov.
Tornadoes are most common in the United States during April and May. “It can actually happen all year round, but in winter it’s more common in southern states like Mississippi and Alabama,” says Dehnaw. “Hurricanes are rare in the northern and central states of the United States at this time of year.”
Six other eastern states (Kentucky, Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri, Mississippi and Tennessee) had to deal with less than 35 hurricanes, one of which spread over a distance of 340 kilometers.
Description? “There is a huge temperature difference in the United States. There is snowfall in Denver, and a temperature of 30 degrees was recorded in Houston yesterday. This promotes heavy thunderstorms,” Dehanov explains.
“The wind changed the altitude very quickly. It was an indispensable material for the hurricane. The result was a massive hurricane blowing over a distance of 340 km. “
Deadly storms in history
At the moment, there are at least 70 deaths in the state of Kentucky alone. Also, many are missing. But how exceptional is such a devastating hurricane? “The complete record for deaths by a hurricane in the United States is 695, which is almost a hundred years ago,” says Dehnaw. “For now, it’s like the hurricane that struck Missouri’s Joplin ten years ago, which killed 158 people. The hurricane killed a large number of people, especially at night. If you want, you can only do it during the day.At night people are amazed at their sleep.
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