Each year several tropical storms hit Florida, USA, causing damage and sometimes even deaths and injuries.
A tropical storm forms when sea water temperature is 26 degrees or
The intensity of a topical storm is measured by winds velocity.
A tropical storm becomes a hurricane when the central turbulence becomes an eye, and sustained winds reach at least 120 Km/h.
In the following video below, the course of hurricane Katrina(2005) is illustrated.
An accompanying table containing characteristic information for 9 tropical storms that hit Florida in the past, follows.
The above animation is aderivation from a simulation produced by the Climate Change Narrative Game Education (CHANGE) project with funding from the USF National Science Foundation, grant # DRL-1316782.
Millions of US Dollars
Hit a big city: NewOrleans
From the 4 options below, which deduction is the most correct according to the video and accompanying data?