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Category 3 Hurricane Idalia Ravages Florida Amid Rare Supermoon Phenomenon

Category 3 Hurricane Idalia Ravages Florida Amid Rare Supermoon Phenomenon

Category 3 Hurricane Idalia Ravages Florida Amid Rare Supermoon Phenomenon

Last Wednesday, Hurricane Idalia struck Florida’s Gulf Coast, causing widespread flooding in many areas of the state. The fallout from this devastating event has led experts to fear a prolonged hurricane season, potentially lasting until November this year. The Category 3 hurricane that struck Florida posed a serious threat to both life and property.

The threat of heavy rainfall is looming in an area unfamiliar with the magnitude of such a terrible storm. A special type of moon called a blue supermoon can cause tides to be higher than normal, and this could happen when Hurricane Idalia hits Florida’s west coast. This could make the flooding from the storm even worse.

Tragedy struck last year when Hurricane Ian killed nearly 150 people. The devastating Category 5 storm left a trail of devastation, affecting 52,000 buildings, of which about 20,000 were demolished or seriously damaged.

The impact of the storm’s strong winds was evident as many trees snapped and fell onto power lines, resulting in power outages that affected more than 230,000 residents. Due to the continuous storm, the roads were flooded, which increased the chaos. The impact of Hurricane Idalia forced American Airlines to cancel approximately 850 flights, highlighting the severity of the situation on the Gulf Coast. In the wake of this disaster, reports indicate that approximately 4,500 persons have found shelter in Red Cross-run shelters.

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