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A Category 4 Noise Blocker

To be classified as a hurricane, a tropical cyclone must have one-minute maximum sustained winds of at least 74 mph (119 km/h). With sustained wind speeds greater than 130 mph (209 km/h), Hurricane Irma was a Category 4 storm when it hit Florida on September 10, 2017, ripping off roofs, flooding coastal cities, and knocking out power to millions of people. Dale Richardson, a fan of myNoise living next to Cape Canaveral recorded the sounds around his house when all this happened. Even in the midst a devastating storm, Dale was thinking about contributing to myNoise. Wasn't that amazing? Many tanks to our hero!

Strong winds and heavy rain are ideal to cover up all disruptive sounds around you if you are working in a noisy environment. Headphones recommended.

Published on March 25th, 2019

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  That siren is terryfing but otherwise good.

  This actualy VERY comforting, after a while being on 8X normal animation is starts to sound like sea shore.

  Thank you for this gen, I don't have to listen to people yell at each other anymore!

  As a Texas girl who moved to Washington, you wouldn't think I'd miss the rain- it's the pacific north WET, after all! But the rain here comes in gentle showers, a constant steady dampness- it doesn't come with the winds that shake the house around you, and resonate down into your bones with the reminder that you are Here. It makes me feel a little less homesick, finding that in this.

  I'm a university professor, and I was having a terrible time organizing my thoughts to set up my class website. I drank the coffee, I turned on all the lights, but I could not focus my mind. I opened myNoise, and typed "alert" in the search box. I was skeptical that listening to a hurricane could help me focus, but you did it! Thank you so much, as always.

  I feel a bit bad knowing that this was an actual storm that caused a lot of damage, but the sound is wonderful and good for blocking out the sound of my 3 year old nephew being loud. Living in Ohio, I've never associated rain with anything other than a good night's sleep and the unparalelled experience of watching a storm through a window.

  I was born and raised in the Florida Panhandle, right on the Gulf of Mexico and all I can say is this: you nailed it. When some of your very, very earliest memories are of trying to sleep while a hurricane tears the landscape apart outside, you come to believe that they are alive. They sure sound it, as does this.

  You've done it again! Saving cubicle neighbors from certain conflict! I'm working in a nearly empty office with a guy singing every tenth lyric to easy listening radio. Thank you, Hurricane Irma, and some noise-blocking settings. No one has to die today ;)

  This version of the blocker really is terrifying, but more as if you're in awe and less that you're truly scared. It reminds me of Hurricane Harvey, and how scared I was. But it really is a great noise blocker. I use this to block out speech all the time.

  This is amazing! If you add this and Car Interior it kinda sounds like your driving away from it.

  I've lived on the Mississippi gulf coast all of my life so I am no stranger to hurricanes and this serves as an eerie reminder of the power and devastation a hurricane can bring. Its relaxing to hear the sounds of powerful wind, rain, and raw nature that bows down to no man, all while not having to experience the horrifying effects and aftermath that a hurricane can bring.

  Living as a burnouting young adult who desperately needs to go away from the burocratic fears, this setting makes me relaxed, like I am in the middle of nowhere, with nothing important that could get my brain to worry about. Completely sublime.

  This is one of the best noise pages I have heard to date. Nothing quite calms me down like an incoming storm, and I miss the sounds dearly outside of stormy seasons. Thank you and have a nice day!

  Wow. I've lived in Houston most of my life and was here during Harvey. Yup this was the noise we heard. It's a great sound blocker but it makes me so anxious because it sounds so clearly like the storm did. Excellent job on this, wish I could enjoy it though.

  As a native Floridian, I have weathered several major hurricanes. My childhood was full of heavy afternoon and evening rains that drenched the world and turned the sky strange shades of yellow and green. To me, there's nothing more relaxing than the sound of a storm sweeping in through the palms and oaks and trying to beat down your front door. Luckily, we lost only a single tree to Irma.

  That's an amazing noise blocker! I realized that it will be in my top list only by reading it's name. And thumbs up for Dale Richardson.

  I've been waiting for one like this! I love it when it's awfully windy and rainy outside. When you look out of your window and being outside right now seems like the worst thing, that's when I feel extremely cozy in my nice, warm home. I guess there's just something inherently comforting about having solid shelter protecting you from such awful weather circumstances.

  The temperature in my location is pretty hot, but listening to this makes me shiver.

  This is... incredibly calming. I grew up in the middle of Utah, which means desert, desert, and more desert. I know in my mind that it's a dangerous hurricane, but it's not translating to "scary bad storm." Not the thing to listen to when I'm trying to stay up all night doing homework.

  Oh my! This is a wonderful noise blocker but it's so scary to think that this is from a real hurricane! Those winds sound so incredibly powerful and awe-inspiring.

  This is simply terrifying. The realism of these recordings are something to behold.

  I've never experienced a Hurricane first hand. At any rate, I think this might be my new favorite as I need a "Cat 4 Noise Blocker" here at work (so much wrapper-rattling, eating and CHEWING for such a small office). Thank you for this :)

  *gasp* Hurricane noise! It warms my cold frozen Floridian heart to listen to the sounds of my childhood.

  Atmospheric, exciting, relaxing and inspiring... all at the same time! This Hurricane generator is just what I need to focus and get my work done.

  Just wow! I love It.

  This is... oddly calming to me? I grew up in the midwest, so I've never experienced a hurricane, but I've lived through several tornadoes. Makes me think of Wednesday mornings in my hometown when the tornado sirens were tested, and everybody who wasn't a local would freak out. I suppose this generator inspires the calm that comes with thinking of home, even if home can be a dangerous place.

  My favorite one yet. It is all the perfect parts of the white noises, with the added ambiance of the indoor wind howling.

  What incredibly detailed wind and rain! I feel like wrapping myself in a warm blanket and taking a nap. Thanks for the recording, Dale!