Hurricane Patricia in 2015 achieved sustained wind speed of 215 mph. By comparison, last year's Hurricane Irma, a Category 5 storm, had winds of 180 mph.
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#1 Jul 7, 2018
Oscar Mike Gulf!
This entire piece is about how frightened the reader should be because of the idea that there might possibly be some very bad storms some day in the future!!
Yes, be afraid ...be very very afraid!!!
Except of course -we MUST include this minor caveat :
"No one knows how strong they could get,..."
OK, now that that's out of the way....back to the B as in B S as in S_
(Anything goes when it comes to selling a west coast newspaper)
#2 Jul 7, 2018
Of course not.
Just another paper buying a story to publish for the consumption of easily manipulated lemmings.
Remember; be afraid, be very very afraid.
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