select Tracks and view the pathway of this hurricane from the Caribbean Sea to North America.
They travel west across the Atlantic before diverging
Uncheck Atlantic: 2000-2012.
Double-click and select Eastern North Pacific 2000-2012 (Note: The imagery might take a few minutes to upload).
Question 32: Explain the general pathway of typhoons in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
A. They generally form off the coast of Mexico and head toward Hawai’i
B. They form in different places, but generally end up off the coast of Mexico
C. They travel east across the Pacific before diverging
D. The pathways are random in direction
Collapse and uncheck Historical Hurricane Tracks.
Expand and double-click Hurricane Katrina – 2005. To close the citation, click the X in the top right corner of the window.
Select Katrina Landfall Video. Watch the time lapse of Hurricane Katrina as it hits Louisiana.
Double-click and select Tracks and view the pathway of this hurricane from the Caribbean Sea to North America.
Question 33: Geographically, where was Hurricane Katrina the strongest (an H5 –shown as a red circle)?
A. In the Atlantic Ocean
B. In the Caribbean sea
C. In the Gulf of Mexico
D. New Orleans, LA
Question 34: What happened to the Hurricane once it hit land?
A. It dissipated
B. It continued north at the same strength
C. It continued north but with decreasing strength
D. It became a tropical storm
Collapse and uncheck Hurricane Katrina.
Double-click and select Hurricane Sandy.
Hurricane Sandy is considered the largest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic basin, measuring in at over 1100 miles (1800 km) in diameter.
Question 35: True or False: The storm system that hit New Jersey and the surrounding area on October 29 was a tropical cyclone.
Question 36: Explain your answer in the previous question.
A. Tropical cyclones do not travel that far north
B. Tropical cyclones do not occur this last in the year
C. Its inner core was less defined than that required of a tropical cyclone
D. Sustained wind speed, low atmospheric pressure and storm structure are traits of a tropical cyclone.
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