What was the strongest hurricane recorded in history?



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    The strongest hurricane ever recorded was “The Great Labor Day Storm” in 1935. It was a Category 5, one of the only 3 to ever make landfall on the United States. 423 people were killed in Florida. It inspired the setting for a movie starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall.

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    The term “hurricane and “typhoon” are regionally specific names for a strong tropical cyclone. In some areas they are called hurricanes like in the Northeast Pacific and some areas they are called typhoons in the NOrthwest Pacific Ocean. So in that case, Typhoon tip was considered the largest and most intense tropical cyclone on record. This tropical cyclone, was the largest tropical cyclone on record with a diameter of 1,380 miles. It reached peak winds of 190 mph and a world record low sea level pressure of 870 mbar. 


    Here are satellite images of this powerful cyclone:File:Typhoon Tip full.PNG

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