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150 MPH Typhoon Winds Mean Disaster, Right? Well, Not Necessarily

Academics / General Science : Wired: Science

Scales that evaluate hurricane, typhoon, or cyclone threat based on wind speed alone ignore that the real danger comes from inland flooding. The post 150 MPH Typhoon Winds Mean Disaster, Right? Well, Not Necessarily appeared first o...

Hurricane Matthew strengthens to Category 4

News : The Newsroom

The storm is 465 miles southeast of Kingston, Jamaica, with maximum sustained winds of 140 miles per hour.

Hurricane Matthew Is Now An 'Extremely Dangerous' Category Four; U.S. Impacts Still Uncertain

Technology : Forbes: Tech

Hurricane Matthew is now an "extremely dangerous" category four hurricane with 150 MPH winds. The storm is on course to strike Jamaica and Cuba as a powerful hurricane, but whether it'll affect the United States next week is still a...

Hurricane Matthew weakens slightly as heads for Jamaica and Cuba

Vehicles / Watercraft : MarineLink.com

Hurricane Matthew weakened slightly on Saturday as it moved towards Jamaica and Cuba, although with winds of up to 155 miles per hour (250 kph) it is powerful enough to wreck houses, forecasters said. The strongest hurricane in the ...

Hurricane Matthew Tracker: Projected Path Latest Map as US East Coast Braces for Extremely Dangerous Winds

Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

Hurricane Matthew is moving north-northwestward as an extremely dangerous Category 4 hurricane having winds of 155 miles per hour with Jamaica, Haiti and Cuba in the path, but also posing a potential threat to Florida.

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