The topic of this web page is hurricanes (a strong tropical cyclone) and contains 28 hurricane facts for kids. In addition to facts about hurricanes, we provide you with some jaw dropping pictures of hurricanes and alternate resources with information on them. Our hurricane facts will help you learn about hurricanes, what a hurricane is, how a hurricane forms, how to stay safe in a hurricane and several other hurricane facts.
Our facts about hurricanes and other hurricane related data should help you understand the fundamentals of this power tropical cyclone. Start your research on hurricanes by scrolling down and reading our 00 hurricane facts. Following those facts are hurricane related pictures and additional resources. We’re always looking to expand the below educational content on hurricanes, if you have anything you can share or find inaccurate information, please contact us.
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If a picture is worth a thousand words, then the below images will be helpful for your research on hurricanes. Below are nine pictures of hurricanes and hurricane damage. These pictures should help you better understand the power of this tropical cyclone.
A picture of a large hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean.
A picture of a hurricane approaching the United States.
A picture of two hurricanes approaching the USA.
A picture of the eye of Hurricane Florence in 2018.
A picture of a strong hurricane winds.
A picture of a illustration of a hurricane.
A picture of downtown New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
A picture of homes damaged in the Florida Keys by Hurricane Irma in 2017.
A picture of flooding in Texas caused by Hurricane Harvey in 2017.
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