Hurricanes are rated on the Saffir-Simpson scale. This scale rates hurricanes on a 1-5 rating, based upon the hurricanes “present intensity”. This rating is an interpretation of how much damage the hurricane will cause. Ratings 1-5 refer to the following damages, respectively: minor damamge to trees and shrubs, no real damage to homes; considerable damage to trees and shrubs, minor damage to roofs and siding; structural damage to buildings, large trees blown down; complete destruction of mobile homes, trees blown down, flooding; complete building failures, much flooding.
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