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The most dangerous part of a hurricane is called the “eye wall.” This area, just outside the center of the storm, usually has the strongest winds. When the storm is over the ocean, low pressure in the eye lifts up the water.What Hurricane has the strongest winds?
The eyewall is generally the part of the hurricane that has the strongest winds. By contrast, the center of the hurricane, also known as the eye, has relatively light winds. In a mature hurricane, the stronger surface winds tend to move inside the center of the storm, forming a circular column around the storm's eye that is known as the eyewall.What was the most powerful hurricane in history?
Hurricane Patricia, the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in the western hemisphere, hit the Pacific coast of Mexico Friday evening. Patricia exploded from a tropical storm on Wednesday evening to a Category 5 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale within 24 hours.