It turns out that a “category five” hurricane is open-ended. It is inclusive of everything larger. However, the authorities are now considering creating a “category six” profile. Based on their models informed by the changes that the Earth’s climate has undergone, we will experience a hurricane of 233 MPH by 2100, at which point it will be fourteen-times more likely than it is right now. One of the three most likely locations in the world will be Tampa (along with Cairns, Australia and the Persian Gulf). The path of destruction of such a storm will be twenty-two miles wide.