S completion. Hope you like. Will likely also publish a hypo list too in the near future.
What's on your mind?
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EF-0 Estimated windspeeds: 65-85 mph, Light roof damage, severe gutter damage, small branches snapped, tents thrown, mobile homes take noticeable damage.
EF-1 - Estimated windspeeds 86 - 110 mph, roofs severely stripped, mobile homes badly damaged or potentially overturned, strong tree damage, cars can be flipped.
EF-2 - Estimated windspeeds 111 - 135 mph, roofs destroyed, walls take light damage, mobile homes take extreme damage, cars can be thrown a few yards.
EF-3 - Estimated windspeeds - 136 - 165 mph, Exterior walls collapse or take severe damage, cars can easily be thrown, very light ground scouring.
EF-4 - Estimated windspeeds - 166 - 200mph, Houses leveled, strong house take insane damage including houses well-bolted to the ground, possible light ground scouring.
EF-5 Estimated windspeeds - 201 - 279 mph, Houses swept clean off their foundations, noticable ground scouring, Hospitals take severe damage, large buildings severely damaged.
EF-6 Estimated windspeeds - 280 - 318 mph, strong ground scouring, Foundations can take damage (light to moderate), skyscrapers collapse or nearly gone, neighboorhoods take extreme damage, tornado safes nearly gone or destroyed.
EF-7 Estimated windspeeds - 319 - 359 mph, very strong ground scouring, neighboorhoods, nearly if not, gone, skyscrapers are destroyed, tornado safes gone, foundations snapped.
EF-8 Estimated windspeeds - 360+ mph, ground digged down >8 feet, cities, neighboorhoods gone.
TD 0 -39 Mph
Low storm surge, strong winds although weaker then a estimated EF-0.
TS 40 - 73 Mph
Low - strong storm surge, stronger winds then a Tropical Depression.
Cat1 74 - 95 Mph
Moderate 18+ inch storm surge, stronger damage, about EF-0-1 Winds.
Cat2 - 96 - 110 mph
Strong storm surge, strong damage possibly closer to EF-2, very heavy rain.
Cat3 - 111 - 129 mph (Major)
Severe 30+ Inch storm surge, very powerful winds, houses take tons of damage.
Cat4 - 130 - 156 mph
3+ Feet strong surge, huge damage, can cost billions of dollars in damages, extremely high winds.
Cat5 - 157 - 176 mph
54+ inch storm surge, massive damage, houses can be gone from not just wind, but flooding.
Cat6 - 177 - 199 mph
72+ Inch storm surge, houses gone, ground severely mess up, roads can be damaged, signs gone.
Cat7 - 200 - 239 mph
Insane damage 10< Feet storm surge, houses gone, roads damaged, signs gone, buildings gone, ground damaged severely.
Cat8 - 240 - 274mph
Insane damage - High end EF-5 winds, roads gone, everything destroyed, skyscrapers could possibly collapse, malls gone or nearly gone.
Cat9 - 275+ mph
Unbelievable - Everything gone, skyscrapers can collapse easily, walls demolished, houses destroyed, large 2< story buildings gone.
Next Year, I will make a live season of the Western Pacific Basin. Like Farm! (Not direct copying from Farm) And also, the 2020 Live WPac season is Not correlated with the 2020 Worldwide Season WPAC season. Thanks for reading!
I am going on hiatus today to work on my own Wiki. I will be around, but wont be as active for a few weeks at most. If you want, feel free to come to Delcore's Wiki. I plan of completing may pages and categories by the fall.
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You are greatly honored. Thanks to the bureaucrats, administrators, and junior admins for making HHW a great wiki!
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before the night is over.
I’m thinking 14 names. Probly will write it around July 3-4th.
I want it to be a live season.
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