In 1966, Hurricane Faith traveled 7,500 miles from the west coast of Africa to points in the Arctic Ocean, making it the longest distance a hurricane has traveled on record.
Hurricanes can be hundreds of feet across and be moving at speed from 75 mph to an excess of 155 mph. They move across the ocean building strenghth and can travel 1000s of miles. They never travel more than just a few hundred of miles over land though, because hurricane’s are powered with the ocean.
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