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Inside the Hurricane: Face to Face with Natureís Deadliest Storms
Pete Davies (au). In Sept. 1999, in the biggest evacuation in the history of the U.S., 3 million people fled from the path of Hurricane Floyd (HF). This is the story of HF, a devastating Category 5 Hurricane, the worst kind of storm on earth. From apocalyptic devastation in Central America to a frantic race against time in Miami, Davies takes you as close to the storm as itís possible to go. He tracks the greatest hurricanes in history & recounts his experiences following & flying directly into the worst storms of 1999; he explores the science of why hurricanes occur & how to predict their onslaughts more accurately; & he describes the mounting panic of those frantically making preparations as 1999ís biggest storm, HF, looms.
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