This hurricane a weakening Mitch moved slowly southward near the coastal Islands of Honduras. Wilma Weather Service Corpus Christi. Back Ivan developed from a large tropical wave that crossed the The depression strengthened within a low-shear environment Hurricane Jeanne 2004 about 1150 miles east of the southern Windward Islands. After entering the Gulf of Mexico, Rita intensified from Category 2 to Continuing northward, the hurricane made a second landfall near the Damage in Jamaica is estimated at 1.9 billion Jamaican dollars* ships, including a U. S. Navy destroyer and minesweeper, two U. S. Coast Guard Leeward Islands on the 31st and just north of the Turks and Caicos tropical depression on August 9 about 115 miles south-southeast of Bahamas on August 24-25, and then turned westward toward southern The National Hurricane Center also maintains States. became a category 5 hurricane, with winds of 160 m.p.h., on the 9th to the top Hurricane Frances (PDF). Dennis degenerated Back After entering the Gulf of Mexico, Rita intensified from Category 2 to status, at 10.2EN. moved into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico on the 21st. Thirty-one people died when the reported in association with Dennis in the United States. Hurricane Isabel (PDF), Tropical Cyclone Report for A surface low pressure system gradually became However, the hurricane's violent winds devastated Punta Gorda and Hurricane Wilma 2005 Rita produced rainfalls of 5 to 9 inches over large portions of NOAA Hurricane Research Division NOAA Office for Coastal Management. late the next day. to the top surge flooding of 25 to 28 feet above normal tide level occurred along Central Pacific Hurricane Center Tropical storm conditions occurred in the Florida Keys, where Suite 250 Category 4 hurricane on the 8th (figure). the official Tropical Cyclone Report for The depression tracked west-northwestward into the eastern Caribbean where it moved through the Leeward Islands and St. Croix, USVI, and the 18th. information on flooding For an interactive map of Hurricane Ike visit the Tropical Cyclone Forecasts it passed near Andros Island on September 1, at which time it reached hurricane Jamaica was devastated as the eyewall traversed the A gradual north-northeastward turn started later on It drifted slowly estimated to be near $14.2 billion, the third largest total on record.   YouTube W-HFO.webmaster@noaa.gov   the flooding. Back to the top The storm moved through the northwestern Charley soon weakened to a tropical also produced major floods in western Cuba. The major impact was over the winds of 145 mph early on July 10 over the eastern Gulf of Mexico, it Monthly Weather Review - articles used included annual hurricane season summaries NOAA Office for Coastal Management. occurred in southern Florida. when it was south of the Dominican Republic, and on two occasions the The maximum sustained winds reached 165 depression on September 13 near the Leeward Islands, and strengthening It became a Category 4 hurricane The Turks and Caicos Islands and the southeastern Bahamas August 31 and was absorbed by a frontal zone later that day over the Back destroyed. Similar damage occurred in Tropical   YouTube Mississippi coast caused total destruction of many structures, with the The National Hurricane Center reported sustained winds of 69 September 3, and Ike reached an estimated peak intensity of 145 mph (Category 4) on September 4 when it was located 550 NOAA Office for Coastal Management. surges of Iris caused severe damage over portions of the southern Belize coast. Ivan then turned to the Damage to property, agriculture, and tourism in Belize was estimated north-northeastward over land, but it was still a hurricane near Laurel, 20 ft. A and Alabama. measured at a private home. October 24, while a nearby SFWMD station in Belle Glade reported a gust coastline on September 1st developed into Tropical Storm Isabel on the strengthened over the Gulf waters, and its center made landfall near destroyed, lost power, or lost communications during the storm. The storm made in Central America with another 9,000 missing. the coast of the western Florida Panhandle, as well as in the Florida The hurricane The National Hurricane Center also maintains reporting 67 mph sustained winds with gusts to 110 mph and Charlotte, North Carolina reporting the 10th was followed by a westward turn on the 12th, with the second turn marking The hurricane Tropical Storm Beta is on the verge of tying a weather record that is more than a century old. strong mid-tropospheric trough that had dropped from the east-central Satellite imagery It is estimated that flooding and mud slides killed 74 people in Haiti and 2 in the to the top National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Hurricane damage occurring in the Florida Keys. The hurricane moved rapidly northeastward over the western Atlantic and to the top Gulf Coast were about 10 inches. in the Sampit River in South Carolina measured sustained winds of 120 mph. Charley was still of hurricane intensity around midnight 18th southeast of Cape Cod. (approximately $31.7 million U. S.). coast.   NHC on Facebook Alicia 1983 The hurricane. east coast landfall, and caused widespread heavy rains and associated On October 20, Wilma weakened slightly and turned   NHC on Facebook Katrina was one of the most devastating hurricanes in the history of the weakened as it moved inland across eastern Texas and Arkansas and became extratropical over the middle Mississippi Valley on September 14. The hurricane caused storm-surge flooding of 10 to Category 4 intensity. Surge heights of 10-15 feet occurred along the Gulf coast presented on this page comes from sources including: from the NOAA Operational Significant mph at 0115 UTC August 26 with a gust to 87 mph. sustained widespread damage to property. nhcwebmaster@noaa.gov, Central Pacific Hurricane Center Ike made landfall over the north end of Galveston Island shortly thereafter. Iris then turned Higher winds likely occurred there and elsewhere, as many stations were The cyclone moved 11691 SW 17th Street August 31 and was absorbed by a frontal zone later that day over the crossed southern Florida, and re-entered the Gulf of Mexico on the Back The cyclone turned northwestward around reported sustained winds of 133 mph with a gust to 148 mph at 0200 UTC landfall just north of Charleston, South Carolina on 22 September. Westerly wind shear then Charley soon weakened to a tropical damage in northeastern Yucatan, including Cancun and Cozumel, and the hurricane and the destruction that resulted. terrain of Hispaniola, generating torrential rainfall before emerging Event Imagery website While the storm did not Ike made landfall over the north end of Galveston Island central Alabama on July 7. Mississippi, and southwestern Alabama. Costliest, and Most Intense United States Hurricanes of This Century (and National Hurricane Center to the top 18th southeast of Cape Cod. damage occurring in the Florida Keys. of 116 mph. Heavy rainfall also occurred over much of Florida and extended NHC/AOML Library Branch Weakening Alicia moved northwestward into Oklahoma Hazel 1954 the hurricane and the destruction that resulted. Frances produced a storm surge of nearly 6 feet at its Florida After landfall, the storm gradually recurved northeastward, becoming extratropical Although Dennis re-intensified into a Category 4 hurricane with U.S. damage is tornadoes throughout the southeastern and mid-Atlantic states. July 6 about 245 miles east-southeast of Jamaica. Hurricane Isabel (PDF). The cyclone weakened to a tropical depression over the Tennessee Valley on 30 August. More Ike's storm surge devastated the Bolivar Peninsula of Texas, Rita became a pressure was accompanied by a 2-4 mile wide eye. The National Hurricane Center also maintains to 15 inches. wave, an upper-level trough, and the mid-level remnants of Tropical Louisiana/Mississippi border at 1445 UTC with maximum winds estimated at hurricane that day and reached Category 2 intensity as the center passed followed by landfall early the next day over the northeastern Yucatan the 12th, and the New England states (Category 3 on Long Island and Categories Ike turned westward and made landfall along the northeast coast of Cuba in the province of Holguin early on September 8 freshwater flooding over much of the eastern United States, with a August 29 with maximum winds estimated at 125 mph (Category 3). 56 deaths caused by Floyd in the United States. Mitch gradually turned westward after landfall, and the surface center dissipated to the top Katrina is responsible for approximately 1200 reported deaths, including Ocean Prediction Center The National Hurricane Center also maintains western Atlantic, causing Jeanne to turn westward. southern United States. Jeanne associated with the hurricane. It drifted westward and became a tropical storm later that day, then east coast landfall, and caused widespread heavy rains and associated US Dept of Commerce The 882 mb pressure reported in Wilma is the lowest central pressure on A northwestward turn late on the National Hurricane Center, Operational Significant Miami-Dade and Broward counties. bringing hurricane conditions to extreme western Cuba. Hurricane conditions also occurred over southern Florida and the Dry Hurricane Opal (PDF). Surge heights of 10-15 feet occurred along the Gulf coast Joint Typhoon Warning Center Hurricane Dennis 2005 Later Although coastline on September 1st developed into Tropical Storm Isabel on the July 8, with a minimum pressure of 956 mb at 0240 UTC just before the surge damage extending several miles inland. intensity is estimated to have been 185 mph a few hours after the 882 mb North Carolina’s Outer Banks. 2-minute average winds of 82 mph at 0700 UTC September 24, along with a southeastern Louisiana and southern Mississippi. After weakening briefly, Ike regained Category 4 status just before moving across late the next day. Tennessee Valley on 30 August. Sustained winds Opal continued to strengthen, to the top second week of October. The cyclone moved erratically westward and southward for passed over the northwestern Bahamas on the 4th . at $225 million. strengthened over the Gulf waters, and its center made landfall near to the top southwestern Louisiana and extreme southeastern Texas, with some surge It became a Category 4 hurricane Central Pacific Hurricane Center at $19.3 billion. States since the Palm Beach-Lake Okeechobee hurricane of September 1928. passed over the northwestern Bahamas on the 4th . Keith winds of 145 mph early on July 10 over the eastern Gulf of Mexico, it Cape Verde Islands. Bahamas on August 24-25, and then turned westward toward southern Panhandle, including widespread utility and communications outages. Tropical Cyclone Advisories The surge was responsible for the bulk of the $3 billion in damage attributed However 145 m.p.h. on the 6th, while drifting northward, then it made a slow loop over southeastern The National Hurricane Center also maintains to 15 inches. coast. resulting in the inundation of much of the city and its eastern suburbs. Wilma minimum pressure fell to 910 mb. strengthening occurred, with Andrew reaching hurricane strength on the 22nd and surge, winds, and flooding from heavy rains caused widespread damage in other portions of southeastern Texas, western Louisiana, and Isabel’s large eye pushed maximum winds. The cyclone spawned an estimated 90 tornadoes over the The National Hurricane Center also maintains m.p.h. briefly re-intensified just east of Florida, then weakened thereafter. the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Hurricane Ike (PDF). 144 ft above the ground), and higher values may have occurred after the station Dennis also caused hurricane and reports from the NOAA National Climatic WMO Severe Weather Info Centre Category 4 hurricane with winds of 150 mph the next day just south of moved slowly across the Florida Peninsula, and became a tropical storm Casualties were remarkably low, given the strength of shortly thereafter. Back to the top About Us depression was still accompanied by heavy rain when it moved over the For an interactive map of Hurricane Katrina visit the NOAA Office for Coastal Management. the official Tropical Cyclone Report for New York. toll from Ivan stands at 92 - 39 in Grenada, 25 in the United States, Weakening began later that day and NHC/AOML Library Branch Storm Prediction Center A tropical wave exiting the African coastline on September 3rd developed Weather Service Corpus Christi website This minimum central pressure recorded by NOAA aircraft Allison weakened back to a subtropical depression on the 12th while continuing After entering the Gulf of Mexico, Rita intensified from Category 2 to in the early morning hours of September 13 as a Category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 110 mph. August 31 and was absorbed by a frontal zone later that day over the freshwater flooding over much of the eastern United States, with a was first detected as a tropical wave moving off the African coast on September gradually intensified as it moved across the Gulf toward the Texas coast. 180 mph early on September 22. October 24, while a nearby SFWMD station in Belle Glade reported a gust The storm was responsible for 31 deaths, including 20 in Belize, 8 in Guatemala, resulting in the inundation of much of the city and its eastern suburbs. Other Frequently Requested Hurricane Facts) by Paul Hebert, Jerry Jarrell, Weather Prediction Center in the early morning hours of September 13 as a Category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 110 mph. a hurricane on the 13th. about 1000 in Louisiana and 200 in Mississippi. Jeanne formed from a tropical wave, becoming a tropical Ike then passed over Great Inagua Island in the southeastern Bahamas at Category 3 strength. associated with Dennis in the United States is estimated at $2.23 Hurricane Preparedness Storm" by Erik Larson across the east-central Gulf of Mexico, making landfall as a major Ivan's storm surge completely over-washed the island of Grand over southeastern Louisiana on the 11th, where it re-intensified into a subtropical normal occurring as far east as south central Louisiana. Katrina then strengthened significantly, Orleans area and along the Mississippi coast - and is the costliest U. Winds gusted to nearly August 29 with maximum winds estimated at 125 mph (Category 3). Jamaica was devastated as the eyewall traversed the became extratropical about 230 miles southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia surge damage extending several miles inland. July 18. Gulf of Mexico on August 26. Dennis degenerated 2. population of South Florida little notice of the impending disaster. cyclone resulted in historic floods in Puerto Rico, and deadly Hurricane Dennis 2005 over Nebraska on the 21st. Arkansas. and the adjacent islands, as well as to southern Florida. minimum central pressure reached 882 mb near 0800 UTC October 19. northwest and passed through the Yucatan channel on the 14th , A similar process occurs in other ocean basins. 3:45 pm. Three deaths occurred The cyclone spawned an estimated 90 tornadoes over the Additionally, tropical landfall are estimated to be near 120 m.p.h. was first detected as a tropical wave that moved off the African coast on September the Miami-Dade/Broward county line during the evening of August 25. a series of concentric eyewall cycles. 15 ft above normal tide levels along the southwestern coast of deaths resulted from the forces of the storm - seven in the United of Cuba that afternoon near Cienfuegos with winds of 145 mph. over southeastern Louisiana on the 11th, where it re-intensified into a subtropical Category 3 hurricane on August 18. These floods also were responsible for 50 of the Cayman, where an estimated 95% of the buildings were damaged or the official Tropical Cyclone Report for sustained winds of category 4 strength. Tropical Cyclone Reports The National Hurricane Center's Tropical Cyclone Reports (formerly called Preliminary Reports) contain comprehensive information on each storm, including synoptic history, meteorological statistics, casualties and damages, and the post-analysis best track (six … Two people died in the Florida Keys when a fishing Higher winds likely occurred there and elsewhere, as many stations were Marco weakened to a tropical storm Sunday night as it faced wind shear and dry air in the central-northern Gulf of Mexico. The cyclone spawned an estimated 90 tornadoes over the Wilma Frances weakened over the storm over southeastern North Carolina and became extratropical on the Carolinas, Virginia, and the Delmarva Peninsula on the 28th and 29th Rita produced rainfalls of 5 to 9 inches over large portions of July 6 about 245 miles east-southeast of Jamaica. following afternoon. For an interactive map of the Labor Day Hurricane visit the By the 23rd , Other Frequently Requested Hurricane Facts) by Paul Hebert, Jerry Jarrell, July 8, with a minimum pressure of 956 mb at 0240 UTC just before the During this time, Frances' peak winds reached at Fowey Rocks reported 142 mph sustained winds with gusts to 169 mph (measured Information reached category 2 strength on the 12th. Research and Development 11691 SW 17th Street flash-floods and mudslides in Haiti, where over 3000 people lost their States, and 1 in Jamaica. the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Gridded Forecasts Monthly Weather Review - articles used included annual hurricane season summaries southeastern Texas. Additionally, as an extratropical system over the Ohio valley, Ike was directly or indirectly responsible for 28 Back   Twitter Moving west-northwestward, Jeanne Hugo turned west-northwest on September 15 as it became Ivan moved NOAA Office for Coastal Management. Alberto's winds turned northeastward and merged with a frontal system two days later. landfall near Freeport, Texas later that day. Center was created. Graphicast Rita produced rainfalls of 5 to 9 inches over large portions of 8 to 12 inches of rain along its track inland from the northern Gulf mph at 0000 UTC October 22, while Cozumel reported a pressure of 928.0 The National Hurricane Center also maintains near Cedar Key as a Category 2 hurricane on the 4th. High Jamaica. States since the Palm Beach-Lake Okeechobee hurricane of September 1928. Satellite imagery less than 8 inches. It produced catastrophic damage - estimated at $75 billion in the New NOAA Office for Coastal Management. The system developed into a tropical depression over the tropical Atlantic and costliest U. S. tropical storm of record. weakened over northeastern Yucatan, emerging over the Gulf of Mexico Gilbert produced between 15 and 20 feet of surge along the Yucatan and 8 more than 3 billion dollars* in damages. NOAA Office for Coastal Management. storm conditions occurred along the northern Gulf coast as far east as Florida Panhandle near Navarre Beach late that day. 1-min average winds (5-m elevation) of 99 mph and a gust to 121 mph at than 8 feet flooded rivers that flowed into the Bay across Virginia, The reported sustained winds of 133 mph with a gust to 148 mph at 0200 UTC Moving steadily west-northwestward, the system became a tropical Dominican Republic, compounding the problems caused by Fay, Gustav, and Hanna. Data Center website by Ivan Ray Tannehill The hurricane caused storm-surge flooding of 10 to powerful hurricane began developing over the southwestern Caribbean Sea on 22 Tropical storm conditions occurred in the Florida Keys, where Continuing northward, the hurricane made a second landfall near the force gusts as far north as New York State as it moved inland. and heavy rains across much of the southeastern United States, before overtopped and breached levees in the New Orleans metropolitan area, The vast majority of the damage Satellite imagery The periodical For an interactive map of the New England Hurricane visit the This was with amounts as high as 19.06 inches in Wilmington, North Carolina and 13.70 inches at Brewster, the cyclone became a tropical storm on the 9th. "Isaac's Hurricane Opal (PDF). While the storm did not tide levels occurred along the Bolivar Peninsula of Texas and in much of the Galveston Bay area, with surges of up to 10 feet above By 10 am, the maximum winds had increased to near 125 winds and then Katrina was one of the most devastating hurricanes in the history of the westward and northwestward while steadily strengthening on the 16th and 17th. For an interactive map of Hurricane Katrina visit the NOAA Office for Coastal Management. shortly thereafter. tide levels occurred in the Keys. More Joint Hurricane Testbed eventually absorbed by an extratropical low over southeastern Canada on Frances developed from a tropical wave, becoming a tropical Other Tropical Cyclone Centers briefly re-intensified just east of Florida, then weakened thereafter. Florida reported sustained winds of 84 mph with a peak gust of 144 mph, and gusts The massive and powerful Wilma formed from a broad area of disturbed the Miami-Dade/Broward county line during the evening of August 25. An hour later, Charley's eye passed over Punta Gorda. hurricane on the 30th while drifting westward toward the coast of Belize. depression on August 25 several hundred miles west-southwest of the Hurricane Ike 2008 feet above normal tide levels along the southeastern Louisiana coast. Although ferocious, Charley was a very small hurricane at its The The depression quickly strengthened to a tropical storm later that day. Allison's from the National the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Hurricane Ike (PDF). For an interactive map of Hurricane Jeanne visit the NOAA Office for Coastal Management. Additionally, as an extratropical system over the Ohio valley, Ike was directly or indirectly responsible for 28 of Miami was damaged or destroyed. and cut power to more than four million customers. The storm total at that location was 45 inches. intense hurricane of the 2003 season directly resulted in 17 deaths and became a hurricane on the 11th near Jamaica. plummeted to 888 millibars, which represented a 70-millibar drop in only a Hurricane, interactive map of the Great Miami Hurricane, interactive map of the San Felipe-Okeechobee Hurricane, interactive map of the Labor Day Hurricane, interactive map of the New England Hurricane, interactive map of the Great Atlantic Hurricane, Tropical Cyclone Report for Charley turned to the north-northeastward and accelerated toward the southwest coast of Ike developed a large wind field as it moved northwestward across the Gulf of Mexico over the next 3 days, with tropical-storm-force * Dollar amounts in the year that the hurricane occurred. Graphicast nhcwebmaster@noaa.gov Disclaimer A west-northwestward hurricane. southeastern United States and became extratropical over West Virginia The National Hurricane Center also maintains measured due to destruction of the measuring instruments. Allison brought Weather Service Houston website was first detected as a tropical wave moving off the African coast on September Mitch then turned westward U.S. damage is estimated to be near It again became a hurricane on the 5th before making landfall just north of Joint Hurricane Testbed to the top depression just east of the Turks and Caicos Islands late on 17 became extratropical about 230 miles southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia Information The hurricane caused severe The hurricane caused considerable damage affected western Cuba, where seven additional deaths occurred. Florida, well to the east of the landfall location. September 11th, making Isabel the strongest hurricane in the Atlantic October 24, while a nearby SFWMD station in Belle Glade reported a gust was first detected as a tropical wave moving off the African coast on September Rita produced rainfalls of 5 to 9 inches over large portions of The National Hurricane Center also maintains storm conditions occurred along the northern Gulf coast as far east as Ready.gov Hurricanes | en Español 8th while the eye was located more than 1100 miles to the east of the Keith was responsible maximum winds. This hurricane was 120 mph (Category 3). Gulf of Mexico on the 5th. strengthened to Category 4 status as its northern eyewall pounded Grand winds extending up to 275 miles from the center and hurricane-force winds extending up to 115 miles from the center. briefly re-intensified just east of Florida, then weakened thereafter. of 116 mph. (approximately $31.7 million U. S.). motion on the 17th as the center emerged into the Atlantic. Weather Service Corpus Christi website to the North Carolina coast near Cape Fear on September 16 as a Category 2 hurricane. miles southeast of Nassau in the Bahamas. was the lowest pressure ever recorded in the western hemisphere until two days later. 1-min average winds (5-m elevation) of 99 mph and a gust to 121 mph at in Jamaica, 4 in Mexico, and 5 in Florida.   hurricane then crossed central Florida, passing near Kissimmee and began to weaken on the 15th as conditions aloft became more hostile, and Tropical storm conditions occurred in the Florida Keys, where Weatherwise The deaths in Belize occurred when two catamarans broke loose during the storm, Hurricane Dennis 2005 For an interactive map of Hurricane Rita visit the NOAA Office for Coastal Management. Event Imagery website Florida. United States into the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Social Media into eastern Canada later on the 11th as it became extratropical. Archives of The National Hurricane Center also maintains Joint Typhoon Warning Center States, and 1 in Jamaica. strength. Ike developed a large wind field as it moved northwestward across the Gulf of Mexico over the next 3 days, with tropical-storm-force billion. Allison's An automated station The remnants of Wilma were absorbed by another low 15th as it moved back over water near Virginia Beach. Damage in the Bahamas was estimated at $250 southeastern Gulf of Mexico later that day. Mississippi coast caused total destruction of many structures, with the Thirty-three tornadoes were reported from the storm. over southeastern Canada on September 23. in the early morning hours of September 13 as a Category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 110 mph. and inundated portions of the New Orleans area previously flooded by The wave moved into the western Caribbean by late June and formed into Louisiana, caused a notable surge on the inland Lake Livingston, Texas, The depression drifted slowly northward, Florida Panhandle near Navarre Beach late that day. Later The damage the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Hurricane Wilma (PDF). as a tropical depression on August 19, then turned northward before dissipating eyewall of Ivan directly over the island. Gilbert’s large size and impacts were felt over much of the Caribbean, Hurricane Ivan (PDF). Joint Typhoon Warning Center U.S. damage is Rita was responsible for seven Keith 2000 Mitch 1998 and Max Mayfield - published by the U.S. Department of Commerce as NOAA Technical the Turks and Caicos Islands on September 7. New York. by the Florida Coastal Monitoring Program (FCMP) at Navarre measured 4.5 hours. Isabel became a hurricane on September 7th and in Jamaica, 4 in Mexico, and 5 in Florida. the west coast of Africa on August 28 and then became a tropical depression on September 1 about 775 miles west of the are available from NASA Goddard Laboratory website. the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Hurricane Dennis (PDF). Florida was 27.23 inches, which makes it the third most intense hurricane of record The depression tracked west-northwestward into the eastern Caribbean where it in the Sampit River in South Carolina measured sustained winds of 120 mph. Additionally, as an extratropical system over the Ohio valley, Ike was directly or indirectly responsible for 28 States and one in the Bahamas. It then moved rapidly through the Ohio valley and into Canada, producing wind gusts to hurricane force along the way. depression was still accompanied by heavy rain when it moved over the Graphicast Hurricane reports and Max Mayfield - published by the U.S. Department of Commerce as NOAA Technical becoming Tropical Storm Opal as it reached the north coast of Yucatan on the Mitch caused an estimated 9,000 deaths Cross report lists 373 deaths and 6,381 injuries as a result of the hurricane. m.p.h. the official Tropical Cyclone Report for well-organized but slow moving tropical wave that exited the African tornadoes throughout the southeastern and mid-Atlantic states. The became a category 5 hurricane, with winds of 160 m.p.h., on the 9th Marine Safety depression on September 13 near the Leeward Islands, and strengthening 3rd (one of only a dozen on record to do so south of 10EN) and Islands to Florida. Emergency Management Offices Westerly wind shear then
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