Cyclones are violent spiraling storms similar to a Typhoon or Hurricane and can cause serious property damage and be life threatening. Learn where these disasters occur and how to be prepared to survive when they hit.

A cyclone is a powerful and destructive storm system characterized by strong winds rotating around a center of low atmospheric pressure. They typically form in the tropics, when warm, moist air rises, condenses and forms thunderstorms. The rotating winds of the storm can reach speeds of up to 200 mph, causing extensive damage to property and infrastructure, and can even cause loss of life. Heavy rains and flooding, high waves and storm surges, and strong winds can all be associated with cyclones.

Dealing with the Aftermath of a Hurricane

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Despite the advanced warning you may receive, once one hits your area you may be pretty shaken up. Assuming the hurricane wasn't a category five, a good preparedness plan will lessen the severity of care needed after the hurricane passes.
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Surviving a Hurricane

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With these storms having the ability to bring on a deadly situation, it is silly not to take them seriously. As natives of Florida, the team members at Prepper Life are used to hurricane season and can often forget how unpredictable and dangerous they can be.
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Places at Risk of Hurricanes

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The Dos & Don'ts During a Hurricane

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