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Hurricanes are strong storms that form in the sea and often cause higher wind speeds to 100 km / h.


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The Katrina Hurricane was a destructive hurricane of level 5 in 2005, began on August 23, when the tropical depression formed near the Bahamas. The next day, becoming a tropical storm was named Katrina. Came to the Southeast Florida as a minor hurricane.


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On their way through the Florida Katrina weakened, becoming a tropical storm, but the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico allowed quickly intensified, becoming the sixth strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic's Ocean. Katrina landfall in Mississippi and Louisiana border as a Category 3 hurricane


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Katrina moved northward through the center of the United States and finally dissipated near the Great Lakes, being absorbed by a cold front.


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Hurricanes are strong storms that form in the sea and often cause higher wind speeds to 100 km / h.