- n. Plural form of hurricane; a strong, usually destructive wind.
“If you believe that the percieved recent increase in hurricanes is caused by global warming, then how do you account for the fact that there were more level 3,4 and 5 hurricanes during the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.”
“Typhoon is essentially what they call hurricanes out there.”
“(which we call hurricanes) are increasing in intensity in some ocean basins, especially in the North Atlantic basin where hurricanes form, because of warming seas.”
“Unusual living condititions caused by recent hurricanes is ...”
“What we call hurricanes, Australians call cyclones.”
“They deploy docs and nurses to set up ER's for their folks in hurricanes ...”
“Because I've been in hurricanes and the roar of the wind made it impossible to sleep.”
“Mother Nature moves her sand around all the time and the scouring of reefs that she also does with hurricanes is just another natural event.”
“Rather than global warming, Gray believes a recent uptick in strong hurricanes is part of a multi-decade trend of alternating busy and slow periods related to ocean circulation patterns.”
“Trying to extend the practice of cloud seeding — commonly used both to make or impede precipitation — to hurricanes is not new.”
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