Severe weather is nothing to take lighting, especially when it comes to states that are often dramatically impacted by the destruction caused by hurricanes. After all, hurricane season is a long run, spanning from the first day of June all the way to the very end of November. And while some hurricanes are mild, others have left a path of death and destruction after first touching down of U.S. soil.
Hurricane Irma, for instance, proved to be particularly destructive, even so powerful as to be considered to be the post powerful storm to ever be generated in the Atlantic Ocean – at least in recorded history, that is. Classed as a severe Category five storm, its winds reached and sustained an incredibly fast speed of one hundred and eighty five miles and hour for an impressive thirty seven hours – nearly two whole days. With seven trillion watts of energy, it held more power than all of the bombs used throughout the entirety of the second world war – combined.
So it’s really no s Continue reading “Looking At The Importance of Severe Weather Protection”