Aerial view of the destruction caused by Hurricane Andrew at Country Walk in South Dade in August 1992.
Aerial view of the destruction caused by Hurricane Andrew at Country Walk in South Dade in August 1992. Tim Chapman
Aerial view of the destruction caused by Hurricane Andrew at Country Walk in South Dade in August 1992. Tim Chapman

Hurricane Andrew damage cost $26.5 billion in 1992. How much will Irma cost us?

September 07, 2017 06:54 PM

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  • Special tank allows scientists to churn up category 5 hurricane force storms

    Model beach houses take a beating as scientists at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science crank up a one-of-a-kind hurricane simulation tank at the school. Scientist Ben Kirtman, the Director of the Cooperative Institute of Marine & Atmospheric Studies explains how creating Cat 5 force winds and waves in the giant tank help with making predications and future forecasts that help save lives.