Hurricane Response Teams

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There has been no Hurricane Season remotely close to the devastation that the United States saw in 2005.  For the most part, every year since has a below normal tally of major storms form and affect the U.S., including 2014 which saw no Hurricanes strike the main land.

When hurricanes do strike, the damage is varied and wide-spread from wind and flooding.  These storms not only affect coastal areas, but have shown to cause damage far into the interior, like the effects of Hurricane Ike in 2008 (which made landfall in Galveston, Texas and proceeded up the Mississippi River line and eventually made its way over to Pennsylvania causing wind and flood damage in its path.