Super Storm Of 1993 Research Paper
Have you ever heard or seen a cyclone mixed with a blizzard? Or maybe a storm that affected from Florida to Canada? Well there is such a thing called the Superstorm of 1993. This storm is unique and rare to experience. The Superstorm of 1993 also known as the storm of the century began on March 12th of 1993 and ended on March 14th of 1993. This great storm affected many people in lots of different ways.
A blizzard is a snowstorm that contains high winds and usually lasts for three hours. A cyclone is a storm or system of winds that rotates about a center of low atmospheric pressure, and advances at a speed of 20 to 30 miles per hour. Now we are going to get into what was the superstorm of March the 12th - 14th, 1993. The storm was considered a category five storm, which means it was a very extreme storm. The storm also contained three systems: a cyclone, a blizzard and many tornadoes. The Superstorm affected each area in a different way. From flooding on the coast, snowing in the cities and then tornadoes in the South. The lowest temperature recorded for the storm was -12℉.
There were over 10 states affected by the massive storm in the United States. Those states include Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, New York, South Carolina, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Virginia, New Jersey, Maryland, Kentucky, Maine, Colorado, West Virginia, Texas, Ohio, Oregon, Louisiana, and the District of Colombia. The areas affected in Canada are in Ontario and Quebec. In…