Hurricane Matthew This image provided by NOAA. taken Oct. 7, 2016, shows Hurricane Matthew over the Southeastern part of the U.S. A new study finds wind and water shifts during busy hurricane seasons seem to provide a somewhat protective barrier for the U.S. coast. Hurricane Matthew was a major storm and hit Haiti with 145 mph winds, but fizzled as it neared the Americas. (NOAA via AP)

Hurricanes can cause widespread devastation in just a few hours.

Extreme winds, harsh rainfall, floods, storm surges and even tornadoes can work together to create one of the most destructive scenes a community may ever see.

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