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3. What would its name be?
4. Examine the map below, which has two arrows that show two possible tracks for the eye of this hurricane. Which hurricane track (#1 or #2) would produce the worst possible situation for Tampa, FL in terms of storm surge and wind damage? Please explain why in one or two sentences. (Tampa’s distance from both tracks is exactly the same.)
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ATMS 120: SP018 Snodgrass Part #4 Pressure vs. Wind The figure below represents the observed relationship between the air pressure measured at the center of circulation and the maximum sustained winds for all tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean from 1979-2015. Answer the following questions. ( NOTICE: that the winds speeds are given in knots, not mph. ) 1. Hurricane Harvey became a Category 4 strength on the Saffir-Simpson scale. Find the average wind speed of a Category 4 strength hurricane using the Saffir-Simpson Scale. Then, use that wind speed and the graph to estimate the average central pressure for a Category 4 strength hurricane?

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