Hurricanes are some of the deadliest and most destructive storms on earth. It is the combination of their immense size and strength that captures the attention of people around the world. Their statistics can be staggering: Hurricane Andrew had the equivalent power of an atomic bomb exploding every minute when it made landfall in South Florida in 1992; and even an average hurricane precipitates a trillion gallons of water a day.
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