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The case of the hurricanes is somewhat less significant
Actually, the case of the hurricanes is somewhat less significant. Every year is hurricane season. Sometimes as many as 15 hurricanes occur in the Atlantic region in a single year, with up to seven of these in the high categories. Typically the numbers are lower than that, except for the years 1954 and 1955, which stand out against the background, with two of the most costly and deadly hurricanes of the decade occurring in these years.
In Haiti, Hurricane Hazel had destroyed 40% of the coffee trees and 50% of the cacao crop. Then it traveled northward 1,090 km over land till it stalled over the Greater Toronto Area in Canada where it caused flooding and other major damages. No one in Canada had been prepared, back in 1954, for having to deal with a tropical storm, much less a major one.
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