Storms are getting stronger. We’ve seen Seven Category 5 storm this year.
The Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale currently runs from Category 1 through Category 5, and Category 5 is classified as 157-plus mph. But how far above 157 mph could the winds go while still being considered Category 5 wind speeds?
Scientists are asking is it the time for adding higher level? A Category 6 Storm?
Source: Weather Channel
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