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Tropical Storm squalls over City

Started by HurricaneMod10, February 14, 2021, 08:40:24 AM

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HurricaneMod10

#160
Tropical Cyclone Stage 1

The eye is a surrounded by the eyewall thunderstorms that are the most vigorous part of a tropical cyclone. The eyewall is a circular feeder band of intense convection and winds immediately surrounding the eye of the cyclone with a category 1 hurricane equivalent.  &apls  &apls  &apls  :thumbsup:

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Tropical Cyclone Season (SC4)


The control of clouds and moisture on tropical cyclone evolution.

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Storm Surge Animation

You could literally see the wind blowing over the top of the surface of the water. When the water rises, dangerous waves can happen over the coast, causing powerful winds in association with tropical cyclone controller itself.

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Tropical Cyclone Stage 2


Tropical Cyclone Stage 3


Tropical Cyclone Stage 4


&apls  &apls  &apls  &apls

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Tropical Cyclone Season


Welcome to a new Tropical Cyclone Season with SimCity 4 that will come to life with new disastrous by the end of the year in 2023.  &apls  &apls  :thumbsup:

HurricaneMod10

#165
Trees Snapped from Storm Damage

These storms will often snap large branches and palm trees too, which can cause minor to catastrophic damage from hurricanes and tropical storms.  &apls  :bnn:  :thumbsup:

Andreas

Looks like the storm even moved some of the palm trees onto the concrete paving in the background of your screen shot. ;)
Andreas

HurricaneMod10

#167
Destructive Storms

Something that is destructive causes or is capable of causing great damage from Destructive Effect Dir Properties in Section 7.
 &apls :bnn: :thumbsup: :D

HurricaneMod10

Quote from: Andreas on October 09, 2022, 12:50:48 AMLooks like the storm even moved some of the palm trees onto the concrete paving in the background of your screen shot. ;)
Thank you!

HurricaneMod10

Quote from: HurricaneMod10 on October 08, 2022, 02:07:58 PMTrees Snapped from Storm Damage

These storms will often snap large branches and palm trees too, which can cause minor to catastrophic damage from hurricanes and tropical storms.  &apls  :bnn:  :thumbsup:

No significant structural damage in association with Category 1 hurricanes, which can cause uproot trees and power lines down on the ground with Effect Dir would be sort things out later. Most palm trees are very unlikely to be a fallen down with this storm.

HurricaneMod10

#170
Flowers Blown Away From This Storm!


Flowers were being blown away from this storm, causing flying debris. More flying debris is now in the works with the latest development of destructive storms. :bnn:  &apls  :thumbsup:

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#171
Signs, Lamp Post Knocked Down in Half

Look like signs and light post knocked down in half from this storm damage.  :bnn:  &apls  :thumbsup:

Fallen Branches, Signs, Palm Trees Knocked Down etc

Destructive winds can cause hazards to your property and surrounding areas, such as fallen tree branches, uprooted trees, roofs shingles blown off, signs knocked down, walls collapses, windows and doors blown out from this storm damage, causing flying debris everywhere. :bnn:  &apls  :D  :thumbsup:

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Storm Damage


Category 1 hurricane is a dangerous storm that is likely to cause some damage to roofs, gutters and siding. Winds could topple trees and snap tree branches. Winds could also affect power lines and poles, resulting in power outages from this storm damage are possible. Category 1 storms usually cause no significant structural damage to most well-constructed permanent structures.  &apls  :bnn:  :thumbsup:

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#173
Windows Blown Out! Storm Damage!

 
This can result in blowouts windows, damage to the roof or siding of a property from this storm but it will not be likely to be blowing off the roofs, and the buildings were being collapsed due to the errors with effect dir properties for category 2 hurricanes are not expected that it was annoying with collapsed buildings.  I did not like the collapsed buildings after this storm damage. &hlp

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Windows Damage After A Storm


Fierce winds can result in window glass shattering or cracking and frames receiving damage as well. There are few reasons why windows may break during a hurricane.  :bnn:  &apls