Hurricane history in North America.

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All North Atlantic and Eastern North Pacific hurricanes (at least Category 1 on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale)

North Carolina's Hurricane History: Updated with a Decade of New Storms from Isabel to Sandy

North Carolina's Hurricane History: Updated with a Decade of New Storms from Isabel to Sandy

12"x38 Louisiana Hurricane History Sign, $99.95

Hurricane season in New Orleans typically lasts from June through September, with August and September considered the most active months.

Still, despite the efforts of Hurricane Katrina, the deadliest natural disaster in U.S. history is the hurricane that hit Galveston on September 8, 1900 where 8,000 to an estimated 12,000 people were killed.  For more see http://www.history.noaa.gov/stories_tales/cline2.html & http://www.1900storm.com/

1900 Galveston Hurricane « Old River-Winfree Community News over 6000 people were killed. the greatest natural disaster to ever hit the USA

New England hurricanes can and do happen. Get the details on hurricanes in the New England area as well as a hurricane history photo gallery. Details about three major hurricanes to hit the Northern portions of the East Coast of the United States make every person feel unsafe about the possibilities of a hurricane hitting their hometown!

Do Hurricanes Hurt the Ocean?

Hurricanes and typhoons are powerful windstorms, but their greatest danger often comes from wind-generated waves, known as storm surge.

North Carolina's Hurricane History by Jay Barnes (1995, Paperback)

North Carolina's Hurricane History by Jay Barnes (1995, Paperback)

North Carolina's Hurricane History by Jay Barnes Paperback)

Iconic image of President George Bush flying over New Orleans after the Hurricane Katrina tragedy~

A photo of President Bush overlooking the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina from Air Force Once. Many have accused this of being a photo op. Staged photos are an ethical issue because it gives the public a false perception of a situation.

Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, 2005 1,836 dead Probably the costliest natural disaster ever to hit the U.S. — estimates of the damages now total $81 billion — Katrina hit the Bayou coast with 175-m.p.h. (280 km/h) winds and made landfall as a Category 3 hurricane. About 80% of historic New Orleans was covered with water after the levees designed to protect it suffered 53 individual failures, and the low-lying city was inundated.

The Deadliest Hurricanes in U.S. History - Photo Essays

The Galveston Hurricane of September 8, 1900 was the deadliest hurricane in US history, killing between 8000 and 12,000 people.

The 1900 Galveston Hurricane killed more than people. The tragedy may have occurred more than 100 years ago, but it still offers lessons for the future.

Graphic Pictures From Hurricane Katrina | due to flooding from hurricane katrina in bay st louis mississippi on ...

Remembering Katrina, five years ago

Kenner, LA -- Hurricane Katrina made landfall with a vengeance, wrenching the roof off Backyard Bar B Que, 10 miles west of New Orleans.

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