Mangosteen may affect 43 million 300 thousand people, which is probably the most violent storm in history.

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 Mangosteen may affect 43 million 300 thousand people, which is probably the most violent storm in history.


The super hurricane mangosteen winds at least 157 miles per hour, equivalent to the 5 the Atlantic hurricane. In addition to potentially causing floods, landslides, and huge waves, it could also disrupt valuable farms and cause huge economic losses. Hongkong is also preparing for the most violent storm ever recorded. Reported that although it is a hurricane-prone season, the increasing number of storms is still unusual, uneasy, especially in Japan just landed last week after the typhoon flying swallow. It seems that tropical cyclone activity broke out overnight in the ocean, the Washington Post said. If all storm systems continue to brew, it is possible to have five simultaneous hurricanes, a global weather disaster that has occurred only once before. The report also said that although all hurricanes cannot be blamed on climate change, warming water does affect the intensity of hurricanes, which means future storms may be as powerful as mangosteens. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to http://www.huanqiu.com editor in charge of World Wide Web: Qian Yue Xiao _NBJ10675

The super hurricane mangosteen winds at least 157 miles per hour, equivalent to the 5 the Atlantic hurricane. In addition to potentially causing floods, landslides, and huge waves, it could also disrupt valuable farms and cause huge economic losses. Hongkong is also preparing for the most violent storm ever recorded.

Reported that although it is a hurricane-prone season, the increasing number of storms is still unusual, uneasy, especially in Japan just landed last week after the typhoon flying swallow. It seems that tropical cyclone activity broke out overnight in the ocean, the Washington Post said. If all storm systems continue to brew, it is possible to have five simultaneous hurricanes, a global weather disaster that has occurred only once before.

The report also said that although all hurricanes cannot be blamed on climate change, warming water does affect the intensity of hurricanes, which means future storms may be as powerful as mangosteens.