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“Oh crap, we got a category 4 now!”
Hurricane Irma, also known as the Irmanator, Florida Dies 2017, and Carribbean destroyer, was a category 5 storm. It is so called to have formed from a tropical wave in Cape Verde, then slowly traveled to the Caribbean Sea, where it then killed dozens of people! And did over $20 billion in damage! Then it slammed into floridaman island. Basically destroyed the place.
However, Wikipedia can partly be blamed for such a dramatic loss of life. It appears the article was only created on September 4. As a result, people were not getting critical information relating to the storm, and therefore it did an even greater loss of life. AIN'T THAT RIGHT, MARIOPROT IV??
Before it was known globally, here is a basic meterological history. Unlike other documentations of the event, we won't bore you with the specifics, but here is a basic overview.
Nothing interesting. Also, it quickly weakened back to a category 2 shortly after.
Brace for impact...
For the next 37 hours, endure to have your face being broken by materials flying in your face at 160 mph or more! Can you believe it-winds were 180 MPH????? This is terrible! It was misery. I believe it did so much damage as a category 5 that even if it were to dissipate, it would still go down as one of the shittiest hurricanes. It was so powerful it spawned numerous powerful earthquakes, and it would go on and pick up 33 people in its eye and throw them around like its 2011 in Joplin, MO!
A category 4 storm, but still a bad one. Nothing more to say. If we are to trust Wikipedia, it appears to have done $135 million and no deaths. Not that we should ever trust Wikipedia.
Oh my god, this is a category 5 again! It did $13.2 billion in losses. Yeap, we got a problem. Flying debris and all that. Very crappy situation. To show you how crappy, here is a photo of true destruction.
At first a C4, and then a C3. Peace at last, it's dying! Unfortionately, for the 84
Americans Floridians who died, it wasn't over. It, as a tropical storm, apparently could leash it's fury with 20 foot waves. Bye bye, Jacksonville. It appeared to be worse when it was weaker, which is most definitely odd. I will also note, that it might be even higher, but people's bodies might float away and get eaten by alligators, so.....