Why do hurricanes make landfall at ni...

Why do hurricanes make landfall at night?

There are 1 comment on the The Beaumont Enterprise story from Sep 2, 2012, titled Why do hurricanes make landfall at night?. In it, The Beaumont Enterprise reports that:

Boats anchored for safety in the Port of Beaumont thrash wildly as Hurricane Ike roars ashore in September, 2008.

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Pigweed

Texarkana, AR

#1 Sep 2, 2012
Because there's too much traffic in the daytime?

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