A hurricane covers hundreds or thousands of square miles. A tornado will cover no more than a couple of miles, and normally was less than that. It can touch down and be only a few yards wide.
No. A hurricane is hundreds of miles wide. It is a tornado that is typically less than 100 meters wide.
wind speeds over 74 miles per hour are possible. in a hurricane winds can get up to 100 miles an hour!
a hurricane remains a hurricane when the hurricane is 74 miles and up, if it is lower, its downgraded into a tropical storm.
The average hurricane is 300 miles across. The smallest hurricane recorded was Cyclone Tracy at about 60 miles across, the largest was Typhoon Tip at over 1300 miles across.
The average diameter of a hurricane is 300 miles.
A typical hurricane is about 300 miles across while a typical hurricane eye is 20 to 40 miles across.
It depends on the hurricane, but the average is 300 miles. Sizes ma y range from only 60 miles to over 1300 miles.
Typically a hurricane extends upwards about 10 miles.
The average hurricane is 300 miles across,
It depends of the size of the hurricane and it varies from hurricane to hurricane. The big ones can have an eye with a diameter of 20 miles.
A hurricane. A thunderstorm is usually about 15 miles wide. A hurricane averages 300.
It is different every hurricane, but the average is 300 miles wide.
about 300 miles long
The largest hurricane or typhoon ever recorded was Typhoon Tip in 1970 at 1350 miles wide. The largest Atlantic hurricane was Hurricane Igor in 2010 at 902 miles wide.
At its largest Hurricane Sandy had a gale diameter of 1,100 miles.
Hurricane Igor On September 19,2010 was recorded at 545 miles wide its largest point On August 27,2005 Katrina's largest point was 200 miles wide. Hurricane Katrina was 345 miles smaller than Hurricane Igor. And Igor was a Category 2 but Katrina was a Category 5.Huh.
Hurricane Camille was the fastest hurricane ever recorded. The strong winds that this hurricane created were up to 190 miles per hour.
By definition it is a hurricane. A hurricane is a tropical cyclone with winds of 74 mph or more.
You cover 8 miles in 30 minutes.
Hurricane Ike's diameter was 600 miles. Hurricane Ike was a category 4 hurricane which hit south Texas and Cuba in 2008.
almost 1350 miles