字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 tropical systems come in all shapes and sizes. You have tropical depressions, tropical storms, and once it is strong enough to become a hurricane, you have five categories. Category five being the strongest, the state's most frequently hit by a hurricane. Florida, Louisiana and Texas. But as much as we know about hurricanes, forecasting them is still a challenge. Justus. We name each storm. Each storm has its own personality, like Katrina in 2005 which intensified rapidly overnight, going from a Category three to a Category five, it became the fourth most intense hurricane on record. As of that time in the forecast track can change dramatically, like Erica in 2015. Or a system that can be viewed is relatively weak, like a tropical storm could end up like Tropical Storm Allison. In 2001 the remnants of the storm stalled over Southeast Texas, stumping 35 inches of rain over Houston.