Hurricanes hit hard

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Hurricanes hit hard

Above is a satellite image of a hurricane.  Thousands are left in turmoil with the upcoming Hurricane Maria after the devastating events of Hurricane Harvey, and Hurricane Irma.

Above is a satellite image of a hurricane. Thousands are left in turmoil with the upcoming Hurricane Maria after the devastating events of Hurricane Harvey, and Hurricane Irma.

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Above is a satellite image of a hurricane. Thousands are left in turmoil with the upcoming Hurricane Maria after the devastating events of Hurricane Harvey, and Hurricane Irma.

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Above is a satellite image of a hurricane. Thousands are left in turmoil with the upcoming Hurricane Maria after the devastating events of Hurricane Harvey, and Hurricane Irma.

Sarah Y., Editor-in-Chief

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Hurricane Harvey is the first hurricane of the Atlantic hurricane season of 2017. Harvey was a category 4 hurricane that ransacked parts of Latin America as well as the United States.

In Texas, almost 300,000 people were left without power after this monstrous storm; as well as almost 185,000 homes were affected by Hurricane Harvey. As of now, there have been 69 reported fatalities; although, officials expect that this number will rise.

In Latin America, many houses were flooded, while one was completely destroyed. Many cities were left without power due to the high winds of the hurricane.

In total, Harvey dropped about 40-50 inches of rain in Texas and Latin America. Harvey even caused flash floods in places as far as Kentucky, Arkansas and Tennessee according to https://weather.com.

Now, Hurricane Irma, a Category 4 hurricane, has torn through the southeast of the United States as well as the Caribbean islands. Almost 80 people have been killed. At one point, Hurricane Irma was the strongest hurricane the National Hurricane Center has ever recorded in the Atlantic outside of the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico, according to www.worldvision.org . This hurricane has now been reduced to a tropical storm.

So many people are left without homes, money or food after these hurricanes.  People are encouraged to donate to aid in the relief of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Below are a list of websites that readers can donate money to help with aiding those affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma. Any money to the organizations listed below can help those in need after the hurricanes. Millions have already been given to aid in the relief. Any amount of money can help those in need.

Links to donate to the victims of Hurricane Harvey are below:

http://www.houstonfoodbank.org/donate/

https://sahumane.org/donate

Links to donate to the victims of Hurricane Irma are below:

https://www.redcross.org/donate/hurricane-irma-donations

https://donate.worldvision.org/hurricane-irma-disaster-relief

 

 

   

Sarah Y., Editor of Features

As senior editor of the Panorama, Sarah Y. has been on staff for three years. She loves reading and writing. She took Journalism I and was quickly recruited...

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