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    Posted: August 03 2018 at 12:04am
When a hurricane brings winds above the speed of sound it is called a

MrMBB333 points out that hurricane "Hector" moving to Hawaii-could become a hypercane when the hurricane "meets" the active volcano.....

-In a best scenario it would stop/slow down (cool) volcanic activity (happened in 1991 in Mount Pinatubo-Phillipines)
-In a worst case scenario the heat of the volcanic eruption would put more energy in the hurricane-causing more stronger winds. Also the amount of rain dropping on the magma would cause it's own reaction. (Could it cause an explosion of the volcano ???)
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