Damages Caused by Hurricanes to American Homes
Hurricanes are formed as groups of thunderstorms above warm tropical seas. This tropical cyclone grow into a spiral, with a low pressure ring at the center, known as the eye. A hurricane has a destructive power that can annihilate all houses and structures in the coastal areas with a sustained winds closed to 156 mph, heavy rainfall and storm surge. This tropical cyclone come and go in the U.S. every year, leaving thousands of Americans homeless. Here are the damages caused by hurricanes to American homes. See also When Disaster Strikes: The Role of Technology in Aid Relief.