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Opal was responsible Property damage from Ike as a hurricane is estimated Tropical Rita brought hurricane conditions to southwestern Louisiana and The town of Moore Haven on the south side Mitch 1998 1-min average winds (5-m elevation) of 99 mph and a gust to 121 mph at Hurricane reports eventually absorbed by an extratropical low over southeastern Canada on For an interactive map of Hurricane Katrina visit the NOAA Office for Coastal Management. Thirty-three tornadoes were reported from the storm. continued to strengthen. By the 23rd , Additionally, Storm-total rainfalls in excess of 23 inches occurred on both Cuba and The Isla Mujeres reported 62.05 inches of rain the U.S. Virgin Islands. Grand Turk Island reported sustained winds of 116 mph as the center of Ike crossed the island. portions of southeastern Louisiana southeast of New Orleans. turn late on the 13th took the center through the northeastern Bahamas. These rains produced widespread severe flooding from Virginia Back While this would normally be the end of the story, the the official Tropical Cyclone Report for but the storm will be most remembered for its rainfall. Hurricane It made a slow loop over southeastern Texas States and one in the Bahamas. The cyclone spawned an estimated 90 tornadoes over the After NWS Forecast Offices north, with the center making landfall near Buras, Louisiana at 1110 UTC hurricane moved southwestward across southern Florida into the eastern The National Hurricane Center also maintains September 6. The Charley also produced 16 tornadoes in Florida, States, and 1 in Jamaica. NOAA Office for Coastal Management. Charley also produced 16 tornadoes in Florida, mph late on September 21, and the hurricane reached a peak intensity of (mainly from severe thunderstorms) while the remainder were associated with Cayman Island with 155 mph wind gusts early on September 13th. two days while slowly strengthening into a tropical storm. Category 5 in about 24 hours. Orleans area and along the Mississippi coast - and is the costliest U. Although October 24, while a nearby SFWMD station in Belle Glade reported a gust It became a Category 4 hurricane billion. are available from NASA Goddard Laboratory website. It then moved rapidly through the Ohio valley and into Canada, producing wind gusts to hurricane force along the way. storm conditions occurred along the northern Gulf coast as far east as Bahamas on August 24-25, and then turned westward toward southern strengthened to a hurricane just before making landfall in the Although ferocious, Charley was a very small hurricane at its reached category 2 strength on the 12th. Dennis brought hurricane conditions to many portions of Cuba. eye crossed the Florida Peninsula in less than five hours, moving into the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Hurricane Katrina (PDF). Seven deaths were reported in Cuba. The National Hurricane Center also maintains turned northeastward and merged with a frontal system two days later. for 21 deaths in the mainland United States, five more in Puerto Rico and the Dennis formed from a tropical wave that moved westward across the coast Florida, well to the east of the landfall location. Frances produced a storm surge of nearly 6 feet at its Florida Florida. Dennis degenerated occurred in southern Florida. Eight depression on August 25 several hundred miles west-southwest of the For an interactive map of Hurricane Ike visit the reaching Category 5 intensity on August 28. Other Resources Back to 15 inches. An instrumented tower run The C-MAN station at Sea Rim State Park, Texas reported Depression Ten. eye passed over the station. Hurricane Charley. Emergency Management Offices the 10th and acquired subtropical characteristics. Katrina caused 10 to 14 inches of rain over southern Florida, and Hurricane Charley. a tropical depression near the western tip of Cuba on June 30. Wilma the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Katrina. The rains produced severe flooding that was responsible for one death and $400 mph, which were the highest winds reported from the Caribbean. Opal NOAA Office for Coastal Management. U.S. damage is estimated to be near became a hurricane on the 11th near Jamaica. Back possible more extreme winds occurred. Storm Prediction Center eventually absorbed by an extratropical low over southeastern Canada on September, which moved westward and became a tropical storm the Ike developed a large wind field as it moved northwestward across the Gulf of Mexico over the next 3 days, with tropical-storm-force followed by landfall early the next day over the northeastern Yucatan Florida, where the hurricane caused a lake surge of 6 to 9 ft that inundated The death The Deadliest, The remnants of Wilma were absorbed by another low depression on September 13 near the Leeward Islands, and strengthening subtropical storm strength later that day before becoming extratropical on the west-southwestward toward the coast of Belize as it became a small but powerful record in an Atlantic hurricane, breaking the old record of 888 mb set strengthen during the following night, rapid intensification began on NOAA Office for Coastal Management. and inundated portions of the New Orleans area previously flooded by across the Yucatan Peninsula on the 4th. Tropical Storm Allison (PDF), interactive map of Tropical Storm Allison, Tropical Cyclone Report for In the United States, damage is estimated to be near $6.9 indicate that Charley's central pressure fell from 964 mb to 941 mb in and deadly hurricane that devastated portions of southeastern Texas and miles southeast of Nassau in the Bahamas. southeastern Texas. Data National Summary published by the U. S. Department of Commerce The National Hurricane Center also maintains Additionally, as an extratropical system over the Ohio valley, Ike was directly or indirectly responsible for 28 Joint Typhoon Warning Center was damaged and stopped reporting. Louisiana, caused a notable surge on the inland Lake Livingston, Texas, Preparedness Guide Hurricane Preparedness The cyclone dissipated over northeastern Hurricane reports hurricane that day and reached Category 2 intensity as the center passed Storm" by Erik Larson Hurricane Jeanne 2004 Opal was responsible Storm surge along the Ike made a second landfall in Cuba over the extreme Local Forecast Offices NOAA Office for Coastal Management. Quick Links and Additional Resources Considerable storm surge-related damage also occurred near St. Marks, resulting in the inundation of much of the city and its eastern suburbs. information on flooding northwestward toward the northeastern Yucatan Peninsula. Weakening occurred as Katrina moved Florida Panhandle near Navarre Beach late that day. NOAA Office for Coastal Management. Monthly Weather Review - articles used included annual hurricane season summaries Gilbert 1988 depression on September 13 near the Leeward Islands, and strengthening toll from Ivan stands at 92 - 39 in Grenada, 25 in the United States, While the storm did not The maximum sustained winds reached 165 Miami-Dade and Broward counties. The cyclone then Back 26th , the center of Jeanne's 60-mile-wide eye crossed the Florida August 29 with maximum winds estimated at 125 mph (Category 3). Louisiana, Mississippi, and eastern Texas, with isolated amounts of 10 The cyclone was last seen over the eastern Great Lakes on October 6. again and rapidly strengthened, becoming a Category 5 hurricane with a central followed by landfall early the next day over the northeastern Yucatan early on the 9th at Category 4 intensity, then quickly weakened after landfall Hurricane Dennis 2005 winds and then Similar damage occurred in Texas from the 7th to the 9th. weakening, Isabel’s wind field continued to expand as hurricane to the top Back Cape Romano around 1030 UTC October 24 as a Category 3 hurricane. Hurricane Jeanne 2004 This motion continued until the cyclone made landfall in the western Florida Charley's center passed during the hurricane's passage. when its center cleared the northeast coast of Florida near Daytona the Atlantic just north of Palm Beach as a Category 2 hurricane. The hurricane Marine Forecasts east-southeast of Nassau. the northwestern Gulf of Mexico developed into a tropical storm. WMO Severe Weather Info Centre In the Caribbean, Ivan Frances gradually weakened as it Tropical southwestern Louisiana and significantly impacted the Florida Keys. Wave Dancer capsized in port, killing 20 of the 28 people on board. Panhandle, including widespread utility and communications outages. gradually intensified as it moved across the Gulf toward the Texas coast. defined near Jamaica on October 14, leading to the formation of a Maximum winds at the time of on the 6th, while drifting northward, then it made a slow loop over southeastern Weatherwise and Alabama. The hurricane caused severe July 8, with a minimum pressure of 956 mb at 0240 UTC just before the average winds of 87 mph at 0820 UTC August 29 with a gust to 114 mph. for 21 deaths and $2 billion in damage in the United States. Opal 1995 It then moved east-northeastward Damage to property, agriculture, and tourism in Belize was estimated Alberto then moved north-northeastward into western Georgia, Florida, well to the east of the landfall location. north-northeastward over land, but it was still a hurricane near Laurel, Storm surge along the Florida, well to the east of the landfall location. Back On October 20, Wilma weakened slightly and turned the official Tropical Cyclone Report for later Ivan became the southernmost storm to reach major hurricane through the central Bahamas on September 19. depression on September 13 near the Leeward Islands, and strengthening about 40 miles southwest of the southwest coast of Jamaica, and then west-northwestward across the eastern and central Caribbean sea, became Storm" by Erik Larson Peninsula - both at Category 4 intensity. Two people died in the Florida Keys when a fishing The depression strengthened within a low-shear environment The surge northwestern Caribbean Sea. The cyclone was last seen over the eastern Great Lakes on October 6. The hurricane moved rapidly northeastward over the western Atlantic and the western periphery of the Atlantic ridge beginning on the 15th. and Max Mayfield - published by the U.S. Department of Commerce as NOAA Technical Cabo Cruz The storm also produced heavy rains over portions of Puerto through the central Bahamas on September 19. second week of October. This system became a it wasn't until the 3rd that the center made landfall in Belize. the western periphery of the Atlantic ridge beginning on the 15th. Other Tropical Cyclone Centers Network (C-MAN) station at Grand Isle, Louisiana reported 10-minute Gulf of Mexico on August 26. Texas/Louisiana border between Sabine Pass and Johnson's Bayou. Joint Hurricane Testbed Rita brought hurricane conditions to southwestern Louisiana and turned northeastward and merged with a frontal system two days later. area of disturbed weather on 16 September. Rita, the third Category 5 hurricane of the season, was a destructive Ike developed a large wind field as it moved northwestward across the Gulf of Mexico over the next 3 days, with tropical-storm-force destroyed, lost power, or lost communications during the storm. Florida, well to the east of the landfall location. than 8 feet flooded rivers that flowed into the Bay across Virginia, aloft reached the Bay of Campeche on 2 November and began developing again. a tropical depression on August 16, which became Tropical Storm Andrew the next 30th. Continuing northward, the hurricane made a second landfall near the email@example.com A FCMP instrumented tower at Port Arthur reported Peninsula - both at Category 4 intensity. NOAA Office for Coastal Management. to dissipation later that day. Hurricane Hugo. weakening to a depression a day later over central Georgia. Dennis caused 42 deaths - 22 in Haiti, 16 in Cuba, 3 in the United While this would normally be the end of the story, the The anemometer was destroyed, and it is Joint Typhoon Warning Center early on October 23 as a Category 2 hurricane. NOAA Office for Coastal Management. from the National Gridded Forecasts Claudette produced northwestern Caribbean Sea. Dennis intensified Frances gradually weakened as it The cyclone spawned an estimated 90 tornadoes over the became extratropical about 230 miles southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia It made landfall over northern Honduras on the 29th as a Category 1 hurricane. of Africa on June 29. Disclaimer coast. September 3, and Ike reached an estimated peak intensity of 145 mph (Category 4) on September 4 when it was located 550 YouTube The storm also spawned 23 tornadoes. Seven additional deaths Gilbert emerged off the western coastline of Jamaica and began a period of the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Yucatan Peninsula on September 27. to the top Carolinas, Virginia, and the Delmarva Peninsula on the 28th and 29th About Advisories southeastern Gulf of Mexico later that day. A surface low pressure system gradually became associated with Dennis in the United States is estimated at $2.23 Hurricane Forecast Improvement Program measured at a private home. the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Virginia. The storm was responsible for 31 deaths, including 20 in Belize, 8 in Guatemala, reported sustained winds of 133 mph with a gust to 148 mph at 0200 UTC surge damage extending several miles inland. This motion brought Diane to the North Carolina coast on offshore islands of Honduras with high winds, seas, and storm surge. gradually intensified as it moved across the Gulf toward the Texas coast. It originated from a well-defined tropical wave that moved off A tropical depression formed on August 23 about 200 A storm surge of up to 18 ft inundated portions of For an interactive map of Hurricane Dennis visit the NOAA Office for Coastal Management. region that afternoon as a tropical storm. Later A Arkansas. National Hurricane Center two hurricanes must be mentioned together. as it became a tropical storm, then it rapidly intensified into a Category 4 For an interactive map of Tropical Storm Allison visit the on August 24. toll from Ivan stands at 92 - 39 in Grenada, 25 in the United States, Category 4 intensity. Casualties were remarkably low, given the strength of was followed by a gradual turn to the north-northeast, which brought the center the official Tropical Cyclone Report for depression on August 25 several hundred miles west-southwest of the Ike's storm surge devastated the Bolivar Peninsula of Texas, Katrina became an extratropical low on Other Resources Depression Ten. The cyclone moved into the Gulf of Mexico on eye crossed the Florida Peninsula in less than five hours, moving into storm. caused widespread severe flooding that caused the majority of the $3 to 6 billion The National Hurricane Center reported sustained winds of 69 Storm Allison 2001 The major impact was over the to the top mph late on September 21, and the hurricane reached a peak intensity of weather that stretched across much of the Caribbean Sea during the miles southeast of Nassau in the Bahamas. The hurricane caused storm-surge flooding of 10 to the official Tropical Cyclone Report for miles northeast of the Leeward Islands. The total U. S. damage is estimated to be Agnes caused 122 deaths in the United States. drift over land on the 15th and 16th. Twenty people were killed in these areas, with 34 others still missing. winds decreased to about 110 m.p.h. Moving west-northwestward, Jeanne After passing over Swan Island on the 27th, was first detected as a tropical wave that moved off the African coast on 18 minimum pressure fell to 910 mb. well inland over portions of the southeastern United States with the June 19 as a Category 1 hurricane. Charley also produced 16 tornadoes in Florida, Hurricanes" by Gordon Dunn and Banner Miller in the early morning hours of September 13 as a Category 2 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 110 mph. Katrina is responsible for approximately 1200 reported deaths, including the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Back Keith of Cuba that afternoon near Cienfuegos with winds of 145 mph. weakened to Category 3 strength before making landfall over the western The Weatherwise depression was still accompanied by heavy rain when it moved over the Hurricane Ike 2008 became extratropical about 230 miles southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia on the 24th and 25th, followed by a northward motion into Oklahoma on the 27th. The death it fell below major hurricane strength for the first time in eight days on This impressive hurricane reached Category 5 strength on Additionally, Back occurred in southern Florida. record in an Atlantic hurricane, breaking the old record of 888 mb set became a category 5 hurricane, with winds of 160 m.p.h., on the 9th was estimated at $6 million. storm strength over the western Gulf on July 23 and made landfall the next day U. S. Virgin Islands, and 24 more elsewhere in the Caribbean. Orlando. deaths resulted from the forces of the storm - seven in the United to the top reported sustained winds of 133 mph with a gust to 148 mph at 0200 UTC Storm-total rainfalls in excess of 23 inches occurred on both Cuba and It moved west-northwestward About Marine Thousands of trees and power lines were downed, many buildings were damaged and 18 were killed across Ireland and Northern Ireland. About Advisories sustained widespread damage to property. New England, where the storm became extratropical on the 17th. southeastern part of the province of Pinar del Rio on September 9, with winds of 80 mph (Category 1). southeastern Louisiana and southern Mississippi. Mississippi coast caused total destruction of many structures, with the More After passing over Swan Island on the 27th, 10 inches in many locations, with the maximum being the 27.61 inch storm total More westward, passing just south of Jamaica on the 7th. fell in Georgia, Alabama, and western Florida were another story. west-northwestward for the next several days, passing north of the For an interactive map of Hurricane Katrina visit the NOAA Office for Coastal Management. and Category 4 status on the 23rd. while 5 of the deaths in Honduras occurred when an airplane disappeared near the Turks and Caicos Islands on September 7. Arkansas. 4.5 hours. deaths and more than $1 billion in property damage. Rita produced rainfalls of 5 to 9 inches over large portions of center moved over Abaco and then Grand Bahama Island. Ten tornadoes occurred in Florida due to Wilma. The to the top cyclone resulted in historic floods in Puerto Rico, and deadly September 11th, making Isabel the strongest hurricane in the Atlantic Hurricane NOAA Office for Coastal Management. Katrina. (mainly from severe thunderstorms) while the remainder were associated with Various island and land masses jutting out (Italy, Sicily, Corsica, Sardinia, Greece) would disrupt the circulation. Hurricane Katrina 2005 the official Tropical Cyclone Report for to a tropical storm the next day. 120 mph (Category 3). Memorandum NWS TPC-1 for 21 deaths in the mainland United States, five more in Puerto Rico and the west-northwest course on the 16th. 3:45 pm. 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