United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s latest show, in the Pacific there were three huge eye of the storm. Hurricanes in the photo from left to right, in turn named Kilo, Ignacio, Jimena. According to the weather channel, this is the first time in the Pacific Central and Eastern three type 4 hurricanes at the same time. 4-hurricane wind speeds up to 130 to 150 miles per hour.
Hurricanes are mainly classified according to speed. Sustained wind speed, the higher the intensity of hurricanes stronger. 1 hurricane winds of up to 74 to 95 miles per hour, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said the hurricane was expected to bring some of the damage to the building, and will cause a few days of power outages.
Type 4 was considered disastrous hurricane, it can cause serious damage to the building, and could lead to power outages for several weeks. Now Kilo and Hurricane Ignacio has been reduced to 3. So far, no Hurricane land. Closest to Hawaii’s Hurricane Ignacio last Saturday began dwindling, now it seems it will be forever missed and the land.
Hurricane Jimena is still 4-hurricane, but still need several days to make landfall in Hawaii. Increased number of hurricanes is also entirely consistent with the El Niño phenomenon, United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration expects a 70% chance to be a super hurricane season.