Damage caused to a garden by Hurricane Fran

Damage caused to a garden by Hurricane Fran

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Credit: WILL & DENI MCINTYRE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Caption: Hurricane damage. Trees blown down by hurricane Fran in the garden of a house in North Carolina, USA. This hurricane hit the east coast of the USA on 5 September 1996. The winds reached up to 190 kilometres per hour, and 34 people were killed. Hurricanes are huge cyclonic storm systems of high winds blowing around a central eye. Most hurricanes form in the doldrums, areas of ocean around the equator which are generally calm. A low pressure region forms as moist air is forced upwards, and this becomes the eye of the storm. Hurricanes occur mainly in the late Summer months, when conditions for formation are ideal.

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