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Considering the Potential Effect of Powerful Ivan

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Considering the Potential Effect of Powerful Ivan

Considering the Potential Effect of Powerful Ivan

Considering the Potential Effect of Powerful Ivan

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With sustained winds of 160 miles-per-hour, Ivan is one of the strongest hurricanes on record, just below Hurricane Andrew. To get a better understanding of what affect Ivan's strong winds might have, we speak with Forrest Masters, a wind engineer with the International Hurricane Research Center at Florida International University.

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Forrest Masters, wind engineer with the International Hurricane Research Center at Florida International University