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Hurricane Categories

Hurricane Category 1
Winds 74-95 mph
Storm Surge 4-5 feet

Damage primarily to shrubbery, trees, and unanchored mobile homes. No real damage to other structures. Some damage to poorly-constructed signs. Low-lying coastal roads inundated, minor pier damage, some small craft in exposed anchorage torn from moorings


Hurricane Category 2
Winds 96-110 mph
Storm Surge 6-8 feet

Considerable damage to shrubbery and tree foliage; some trees blown down. Major damage to exposed mobile homes. Extensive damage to poorly constructed signs; some damage to roofing materials of buildings; and some window and door damage. No major damage to buildings. Coastal roads and low-lying escape routes inland cut by rising water two-four hours before arrival of the hurricane’s center. Considerable damage to piers. Marinas flooded and small craft in unprotected anchorages torn from moorings.


Hurricane Category 3
Winds 111-130 mph
Storm Surge 9-12 feet

Foliage torn from trees; large trees blown down. Practically all poorly-constructed signs blown down; some damage to roofing materials of buildings; some window and door damage; and some structural damage to small buildings. Mobile homes destroyed. Serious flooding at coast and many smaller structures near coast destroyed; low-lying escape routes inland cut by rising water three-five hours before the hurricane’s center arrives.


Hurricane Category 4
Winds 131-155 mph
Storm Surge 13-18 feet

Shrubs and trees blown down; all signs down. Extensive damage to roofing materials, windows and doors; complete failure of roofs on many small residences; complete destruction of mobile homes. Major damage to lower floors of structures near shore due to flooding and battering by waves and floating debris.


Hurricane Category 5
Winds 155+ mph
Storm Surge 18+ feet

Shrubs and trees blown down; considerable damage to roofs of buildings; all signs down; very severe and extensive damage to windows and doors; complete failure of roofs on many residences and industrial buildings; extensive shattering of glass in windows and doors; some complete building failures; small buildings overturned or blown away and complete destruction of mobile homes. Low-lying escape routes inland cut by rising water three-five hours before the hurricane’s center arrives.

 

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