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5.1  quake was centered in Lake County, east of Sacramento. August 9, 2016

quake was centered in Lake County, east of Sacramento.

the sky reached down to embrace the sea.

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the touching sad overwhelming tragedy that I experienced,  Hurricane Katrina, one of the most heart wrenching disasters in our history. leaving me touched and inspired  <3 Jen D

Hurricane Katrina floods New Orleans - Katrina was the costliest natural disaster, as well as one of the five deadliest hurricanes, in the history of the United States.

Houston, Texas residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey flooding form a human chain to save man trapped in an SUV.

10+ Powerful Photos From Hurricane Harvey That Show The Devastating Power Of Nature

With Hurricane Harvey, now upgraded to Tropical Storm Harvey, in full swing, residents of Texas are in crisis mode. Flooded by devastating amounts of rain,

Swipe the photos and see Hurricane Katrina disaster dissolve into present-day recovery | NOLA.com

Swipe the photos and see Hurricane Katrina disaster dissolve into present-day recovery

Hurricane Irene.. East Coast August 2011, cami was 8wks old when we had to evacuate from this hurricane. came home to a damaged roof and a ripped up 60ft pine tree that wrecked out septic system. fun stuff.

Amazing Photo of Hurricane Isaac Is Fake

Shelf cloud from a squall band in Hurricane Irene approaching North Carolina


The 5 Most Destructive Natural Disasters of the Past 10 Years

Hurricanes are tropical cyclones with winds that crossed 64 knots m/hr.) and circulate anti clockwise about their centers in the Northern Hemisphere (clockwise in the southern Hemisphere). Hurricanes are complex thunderstorm at initial stage.

Hurricane Alicia occured in 1983 it was the first hurricane to make landfall on the U.S. mainland since Hurricane Allen hit South TX August 9th 1980. The hurricane was a categorey 3, the winds were 96mph but the gusts were 127mph. The rain fall exceeded 5 inches in most places, and the east side of Huston reached 11 inches. Twenty three tornadoes were recorded during the hurricane.

The eye of hurricane Isabel, seen from space. Hurricane Isabel was the most deadly storm of the 2003 Atlantic hurricane season. This photo taken by NASA astronaut Dr. Edward Tsang Lu from the International Space Station (Expedition on September

Hurricane Katrina- Imagine how much oil among other toxins are in here to make the water look like this.

Hurricane Katrina Pictures That are Still Haunting Years After