Write a Program to determine a city’s Hurricane Vulnerability Level (HVL). (60 points) Miami, Florida is the most vulnerable city at risk of being hit by a hurricane, according to data from the NOAA’s Hurricane Research Division. Due to its large population density of 12,645 (number of people /square miles) the effects of a major hurricane would be catastrophic to the city. Any city in the U.S. with a population density greater than 11,000 is considered a highly populated city The Hurricane Wind Scale is a 1 to 5 rating based on a hurricane’s sustained wind speed. This scale estimates potential property damage. Hurricanes reaching Category 3 and higher ar Sustained Winds Types of Damage Due to Hurricane Winds 96-110 mphExtremely dangerous winds will cause 111-129 mph Devastating damage wil occur 130-156 mph Catastrophic damage will occur. 157 mph or higher Catastrophic damage will occur HIGH (major) HIGH (major) HIGH (major) Write a program that will determine .AU.S. city’s population density (as a whole number) the hurricane vulnerability of the city given the city’s name, total population, the city’s total area in square miles, and the current wind speed. To be considered a highly vulnerable city (like Miami) it must be a highly populated city AND must have a current wind speed of at least 111 miles per-hour. In these cases we The program will let the user know (in a full sentence) the city’s population density and their Hurricane Vulnerability Level (HVL).