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The Oneida Daily Dispatch (Oneida, NY) - - Your Daily Break -

We’re sea­son. storms still on Hur­ri­canes in Earth. hur­ri­cane They are form the most near vi­o­lent the equa­tor over warm wa­ters of the At­lantic or east­ern Pa­cific Oceans. When the wind speeds reach 74 mph, the storm is of­fi­cially a hur­ri­cane. These storms are at least 50,000 feet high and around 125 miles across. The eye is around 5 to 30 miles wide. adapted from cli­matekids.nasa.gov

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