It is a powerful force.
To South Carolina, the storm “Florence”, who is now in the Atlantic ocean 675 kilometers from the destination. The wind speed is 195 km/h (54 m/s), reports the Chronicle.info with reference to loveopium.
Let’s see, looks like a hurricane from space.
1. Earlier, the hurricane weakened from the fourth to the third category, but contact with the land “Florence” continues to be “very strong and extremely dangerous” hurricane, said the National center for warnings about hurricanes. (Photo by NASA):
2. Warning about the hurricane “Florence” is available in the areas where there is already more than 10 million people. (Photo by NASA):
3. It is considered, according to the Beaufort scale, a storm enters the hurricane when the wind speed is more than 117 km/h (30 m/c). “Our” Florence has a speed of 54 m/s. (Photo NASA):
4. On land hurricanes cause great destruction, serious damage to buildings, structures and homes, pulling out trees by the roots. The case is very rare. (Photo by NASA):
5. On the water storms look more peaceful: extremely poor visibility air filled with foam and spray, sea all covered with strips of foam. But until they got to the coast. (Photo NASA):
6. In all parts of the world where there is the activity of tropical cyclones, it reaches its maximum in late summer, when the difference of temperature between ocean surface and deep layers of the ocean the most. However, the seasonal pattern are slightly different depending on the pool. On a global scale may is the least active month, September is the most active. (Photo by NASA):
7. Hurricane pictures from space taken from the International space station on 12 September 2018.