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If a cat 5 hurricane of winds of 200 mph hit the gulf coast and moved north would it still be a hurricane by the time it got to ohio?

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If a cat 5 hurricane of winds of 200 mph hit the gulf coast and moved north would it still be a hurricane by the time it got to ohio?
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... African coast on August 5, 1969. It moved west ... 3 hurricane with winds of 185 km/h (115 mph ... Hurricane Camille generated waves in the Gulf of ...
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... with maximum winds of about 40 mph. ... north off the coast of North Carolina. Still, ... still a Category 1 hurricane with peak winds ...
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... then caused extensive damage across parts of the northwestern Gulf Coast ... 90 mph (Category 1 hurricane force winds) ... moved north into ...
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Previously Asked Questions. ... When a hurricane has winds of 100 mph, ... (both were observed in victims of the CAT 5 1935 hurricane in the Florida Keys.)
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... maximum sustained winds reached 175 mph with an aircraft ... The last category 4 hurricane to hit North Carolina ... Inconvenient Hurricane ...
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