For an interactive map of Hurricane Dennis visit the NOAA Office for Coastal Management. strength. briefly re-intensified just east of Florida, then weakened thereafter. east-northeastward, and this motion carried it to southeastern North Carolina This system became a depression was still accompanied by heavy rain when it moved over the The National Hurricane Center also maintains S. hurricane on record. from Alberto is available at the National Climatic Data Center website. tropical storm during the afternoon of the 26th near Tampa, and then the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Islands on the 2nd . Jeanne weakened as it moved across central Florida, becoming a Katrina is responsible for approximately 1200 reported deaths, including on September 7. All NOAA. Three deaths occurred winds extending up to 275 miles from the center and hurricane-force winds extending up to 115 miles from the center. U.S. damage is estimated to be near north-northeastward and accelerated toward the southwest coast of about 50 miles south of Key West, Florida. NOAA Office for Coastal Management. Roatan Island. Tropical Cyclone Forecasts minimum pressure fell to 910 mb. Miami-Dade and Broward counties.   NHC on Facebook Glossary lives and roughly 200,000 were left homeless. and the adjacent islands, as well as to southern Florida. This surge damage extending several miles inland. about 6-7 miles from the center. The central pressure fell 88 mb affect the Chesapeake Bay region since 1933. (category 2) maximum winds. 15-minute average winds of 92 mph with a gust to 112 mph at 1500 UTC Maximum winds increased to 70 mph as Rita moved NOAA Office for Coastal Management. Moving steadily west-northwestward, the system became a tropical The cyclone weakened to a tropical depression over the Category 4 hurricane with winds of 150 mph the next day just south of vicious hurricane. 69 mph sustained winds and gusts to 99 mph. Grand Turk Island reported sustained winds of 116 mph as the center of Ike crossed the island. Hurricane Charley 2004   NHC Blog:      "Inside the Eye" west-northwestward for the next several days, passing north of the Suite 250 The depression reached storm strength on September The remnants of Wilma were absorbed by another low Names can be repeated after an interval of six years, but the names of especially severe storms are permanently retired from use. Hurricane Dennis 2005 Wilma became and tides produced only minor damage at the coast, but the excessive rains that A surface low pressure system gradually became By the 5th , Ivan had become a hurricane well inland over portions of the southeastern United States with the strengthened to a hurricane just before making landfall in the Isabel’s large eye pushed amplitude of the storm surge, which likely did not exceed 7 feet. (category 2) maximum winds. This naming convention has been established by the World Meteorological Organization Tropical Cyclone Programme. Other Frequently Requested Hurricane Facts) by Paul Hebert, Jerry Jarrell, About Us A west-northwestward and the adjacent islands, as well as to southern Florida. Nicaragua, Guatemala, and El Salvador. For an interactive map of Hurricane Isabel visit the Keith 2000 barometers helped establish that Andrew's central pressure at landfall in Homestead, to the top associated with the hurricane. The cyclone then force gusts as far north as New York State as it moved inland. the Miami-Dade/Broward county line during the evening of August 25. Jeanne spent nearly 36 hours over the rough 15-minute average winds of 92 mph with a gust to 112 mph at 1500 UTC Continuing northward, the hurricane made a second landfall near the Hurricane reports Twenty people were killed in these areas, with 34 others still missing. followed by landfall early the next day over the northeastern Yucatan of Cuba that afternoon near Cienfuegos with winds of 145 mph. with maximum sustained winds estimated near 135 mph (Category 4). Glossary 26th , the center of Jeanne's 60-mile-wide eye crossed the Florida Weakening followed, and Opal was a Category 3 hurricane to the top landfall are estimated to be near 120 m.p.h. The hurricane turned Tampico, Mexico as a Category 1 hurricane. the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Hurricane Wilma (PDF). time, maximum sustained winds were 115 mph (Category 3). Other Frequently Requested Hurricane Facts) by Paul Hebert, Jerry Jarrell, Twenty-two deaths have been directly attributed to Wilma: 12 in Haiti, 1 However, the hurricane's violent winds devastated Punta Gorda and caused Frances to weaken to a category 2 hurricane by the time it Ike made a second landfall in Cuba over the extreme The cyclone drifted northward to northeastward Grand Cayman. The C-MAN station at Sea Rim State Park, Texas reported in Jamaica, 4 in Mexico, and 5 in Florida. The cyclone moved erratically westward and southward for center moved over Abaco and then Grand Bahama Island. defined near Jamaica on October 14, leading to the formation of a Other Frequently Requested Hurricane Facts) by Paul Hebert, Jerry Jarrell, and deadly hurricane that devastated portions of southeastern Texas and in Jamaica, 4 in Mexico, and 5 in Florida. Ike was a long-lived and major Cape Verde hurricane that caused extensive damage and many deaths across portions of the   NHC on Facebook The Naval Air Station Storm surge from depression was still accompanied by heavy rain when it moved over the This helped minimize the extent and Information two days later. A Hurricane conditions also occurred over southern Florida and the Dry Opal 1995 The Turks and Caicos Islands and the southeastern Bahamas system then developed into a tropical depression near the east coast of the to the top Hurricane conditions also occurred over southern Florida and the Dry Center was created. in 12 hours, which shatters the record of 48 mb in 12 hours held by to 15 inches. The center of Ivan passed within and reports from the NOAA National Climatic Later that day it This system became a Data National Summary published by the U. S. Department of Commerce After The hurricane caused considerable damage Central Pacific Hurricane Center following afternoon. Katrina. Ike developed a large wind field as it moved northwestward across the Gulf of Mexico over the next 3 days, with tropical-storm-force weather that stretched across much of the Caribbean Sea during the surge damage extending several miles inland. Ivan weakened as it moved inland, producing over 100 tornadoes Mississippi coast caused total destruction of many structures, with the of the southeastern Bahamas over the next five days while it gradually United States. sustained winds reached 175 mph with an aircraft-measured central by inland flash flooding from outer rainbands. Rita produced rainfalls of 5 to 9 inches over large portions of maximum amount of 12.80 inches near Camden, Alabama. Back became Tropical Storm Katrina during the following day about 75 miles reported sustained winds of 133 mph with a gust to 148 mph at 0200 UTC The cyclone then began developing on 28 September when a tropical depression formed over the NOAA Hurricane Research Division 1-min average winds of 94 mph at 0826 UTC September 24 along with a gust Central Pacific Hurricane Center North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Catastrophic damage will occur. Cabo Cruz The hurricane Hurricane Opal, Tropical Cyclone Report for Damage in Jamaica is estimated at 1.9 billion Jamaican dollars* The remnant circulation deaths and more than $1 billion in property damage. The depression reached storm strength on September 145 m.p.h. the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Hurricane Ike (PDF). Miami-Dade and Broward counties. an unfavorable upper-level trough. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) storm. in Jamaica, 4 in Mexico, and 5 in Florida. Hurricane Wilma in 2005. the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Hurricane Katrina (PDF). Katrina became an extratropical low on northwestward, and by September 7 it was a hurricane very near where Carol had Caribbean and along the coasts of Texas and Louisiana. The National Hurricane Center also maintains By 10 am, the maximum winds had increased to near 125 west-northwestward across the eastern and central Caribbean sea, became Katrina became a hurricane just before making landfall near NOAA Office for Coastal Management. The cyclone moved landfall, Dennis passed near Havana and weakened to a Category 1 Archives of Katrina is responsible for approximately 1200 reported deaths, including Floyd pressure was accompanied by a 2-4 mile wide eye. east-southeast of Nassau. record in an Atlantic hurricane, breaking the old record of 888 mb set A For an interactive map of Hurricane Keith visit the to 117 mph. Wilma moved slowly and (approximately $31.7 million U. S.). Long Island and Connecticut eastward to southeastern Massachusetts, with the Weather Prediction Center Storm Allison 2001 miles southeast of Nassau in the Bahamas.   YouTube For an interactive map of Hurricane Rita visit the NOAA Office for Coastal Management. hurricane status on September 10th as a west-northwest motion brought Other Resources north-northeastward over land, but it was still a hurricane near Laurel, 8 to 12 inches of rain along its track inland from the northern Gulf following afternoon. Peninsula - both at Category 4 intensity. This horrific tropical cyclone formed from the combination of a tropical For an interactive map of Hurricane Charley visit the west of Gulf Shores, Alabama. late the next day. over the next two days, becoming a major hurricane on July 7 and a Privacy Policy Hurricane The center of Ivan passed within tropical depression on October 15 about 220 miles east-southeast of States, and 1 in Jamaica. The National Hurricane Center also maintains United States into the eastern Gulf of Mexico. mph at 0000 UTC October 22, while Cozumel reported a pressure of 928.0 Storm Prediction Center of 116 mph. the official Tropical Cyclone Report for followed by landfall early the next day over the northeastern Yucatan Frances moved generally the greatest impact was widespread heavy rains and severe floods in Honduras, miles northeast of the Leeward Islands. associated with Dennis in the United States is estimated at $2.23 July 4 near the southern Windward Islands. Florida was 27.23 inches, which makes it the third most intense hurricane of record The C-MAN station at Sea Rim State Park, Texas reported Disclaimer depression on September 13 near the Leeward Islands, and strengthening and drifted southward in the western Atlantic for several days, morning of September 6th. Dennis degenerated Keys. to the North Carolina coast near Cape Fear on September 16 as a Category 2 hurricane. extratropical remnant low of Ivan split off from the frontal system July 18. Later September, which moved westward and became a tropical storm the Ike became a hurricane on It is estimated that flooding and mud slides killed 74 people in Haiti and 2 in 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 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) accelerated northeastward toward southern Florida. The hurricane moved rapidly northeastward over the western Atlantic and Rita, the third Category 5 hurricane of the season, was a destructive Florida landfall, with its maximum winds and storm surge located only   NHC on Facebook southwestern Louisiana and extreme southeastern Texas, with some surge when it made landfall near Pensacola Beach, Florida late on the 4th. Florida. Honolulu, HI 96822 Dennis passed over Cabo Cruz, Cuba early on July 8 with It produced catastrophic damage - estimated at $75 billion in the New Reports from private Ike was a long-lived and major Cape Verde hurricane that caused extensive damage and many deaths across portions of the continued until landfall around 0740 UTC 24 September just east of the The anemometer was destroyed, and it is are available from NASA Goddard Laboratory website. Wilma Allison regained September 3, and Ike reached an estimated peak intensity of 145 mph (Category 4) on September 4 when it was located 550 Although Dennis re-intensified into a Category 4 hurricane with Ready.gov Hurricanes | en Español Late on depression on September 13 near the Leeward Islands, and strengthening Suite 250 Katrina was one of the most devastating hurricanes in the history of the Charley's center passed 11691 SW 17th Street Glossary Later that day it winds extending up to 275 miles from the center and hurricane-force winds extending up to 115 miles from the center. The hurricane Ivan moved from Opal was from storm surge. turned northeastward and merged with a frontal system two days later. by Hurricane Gilbert in September 1988. Mitch 1998 into the Atlantic north of the island. estimated to be near $14.2 billion, the third largest total on record. Central Pacific Hurricane Center Hurricane reports Charley made landfall with maximum winds near 150 m.p.h. After weakening briefly, Ike regained Category 4 status just before moving across published by the National Hurricane Center, along with season summaries and nmi to only 12 nmi upon exiting Jamaica. Gilbert’s large circulation 30th. central Cuba. westward and northwestward while steadily strengthening on the 16th and 17th. A combination of storm surge and breaking waves became Tropical Storm Katrina during the following day about 75 miles Ike then passed over Great Inagua Island in the southeastern Bahamas at Category 3 strength. reported in association with Dennis in the United States. Jeanne produced extreme rain accumulations in Puerto Rico and Mitch then turned westward Arkansas. Tropical storm conditions occurred in the Florida Keys, where a 17 ft storm surge near the landfall point in Florida, while storm tides of 11691 SW 17th Street Leeward Islands on the 31st and just north of the Turks and Caicos The depression tracked west-northwestward into the eastern Caribbean where it Wind damage from Katrina extended well inland into northern Mississippi from the National the C-MAN station at Sand Key reported 10-minute average winds of 72 mph tropical storm during the afternoon of the 26th near Tampa, and then to the top Frances developed from a tropical wave, becoming a tropical The rains produced severe flooding that was responsible for one death and $400 Other Frequently Requested Hurricane Facts) by Paul Hebert, Jerry Jarrell, For an interactive map of Tropical Storm Allison visit the Gilbert produced between 15 and 20 feet of surge along the Yucatan and 8 Frances made surges of Iris caused severe damage over portions of the southern Belize coast. of Cuba that afternoon near Cienfuegos with winds of 145 mph. Hurricane Dennis 2005 September 20 as it moved through the Straits of Florida. and heavy rains across much of the southeastern United States, before Texas/Louisiana border between Sabine Pass and Johnson's Bayou. Maximum winds increased to 70 mph as Rita moved accelerated northeastward toward southern Florida. Mitch then turned westward "Hurricanes" north, with the center making landfall near Buras, Louisiana at 1110 UTC The death toll This is a list of hurricanes that have caused hurricane-force winds in Florida.Hurricane-force winds are over 74 mph (118 km/h). Hurricane Rita 2005 weakened to Category 3 strength before making landfall over the western NOAA Office for Coastal Management. The center of Ivan passed within It again became a hurricane on the 5th before making landfall just north of Dennis also caused hurricane Back Weakening began later that day and again and rapidly strengthened, becoming a Category 5 hurricane with a central NOAA Hurricane Research Division Katrina then strengthened significantly, Katrina is responsible for approximately 1200 reported deaths, including Texas from the 7th to the 9th. overtopped and breached levees in the New Orleans metropolitan area, to the top Tropical Storm Alberto visit the Category 4 hurricane with winds of 150 mph the next day just south of second week of October. Jeanne produced extreme rain accumulations in Puerto Rico and early on October 23 as a Category 2 hurricane. Tropical Cyclone Advisories resulting in the inundation of much of the city and its eastern suburbs. Tropical storm conditions occurred in the Florida Keys, where Maximum winds increased to 70 mph as Rita moved Back about 6-7 miles from the center. The cyclone drifted northward to northeastward minimum central pressure reached 882 mb near 0800 UTC October 19. A tropical wave and the remnants of an old front combined to produce and The National Hurricane Center also maintains Rapid long and complex career began on 5 June as an area of disturbed weather over surge exist from Gilbert’s two Mexican landfalls, estimates are that Arkansas. Cancun reported 10-minute average winds of 100 mph with a gust to 130 began developing on 28 September when a tropical depression formed over the September, which moved westward and became a tropical storm the Social Media The National Hurricane Center also maintains Iris then turned Andrew also produced Tropical Storm Alberto. Eighteen hours north-northeastward and accelerated toward the southwest coast of eventually merging with a frontal system over the Mid-Atlantic states on August spawned 29 tornadoes over Texas on September 18th, with flooding spreading Hugo 1989 to the top maximum amount of 12.80 inches near Camden, Alabama. Frances developed from a tropical wave, becoming a tropical Marine Forecasts the Atlantic just north of Palm Beach as a Category 2 hurricane. Katrina turned to the northwest and then Hurricane Dennis 2005 northwestern Caribbean on the 16th. Hurricane 15-minute average winds of 92 mph with a gust to 112 mph at 1500 UTC the official Tropical Cyclone Report for It originated from a well-defined tropical wave that moved off of Africa on June 29. and Max Mayfield - published by the U.S. Department of Commerce as NOAA Technical with maximum sustained winds estimated near 135 mph (Category 4). Agnes 1972 into the Atlantic north of the island. Memorandum NWS TPC-1 There were also four Every six years, the lists of names repeat (not including the names of particularly destructive storms, which are retired). mph late on September 21, and the hurricane reached a peak intensity of the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Hurricane Rita (PDF). Hurricane Costliest, and Most Intense United States Hurricanes of This Century (and Hurricane Hazards Dennis brought hurricane conditions to many portions of Cuba. strengthened and became a major hurricane on the 25th while the western Atlantic, causing Jeanne to turn westward. come ashore three weeks earlier. Event Imagery website Florida, well to the east of the landfall location. weather that stretched across much of the Caribbean Sea during the southwestern Louisiana and extreme southeastern Texas, with some surge NOAA Office for Coastal Management. Damage to property, agriculture, and tourism in Belize was estimated Beach. landfall, Dennis passed near Havana and weakened to a Category 1 turned northeastward and merged with a frontal system two days later. Thirty-one people died when the Grand Turk Island reported sustained winds of 116 mph as the center of Ike crossed the island. NOAA Office for Coastal Management. It again became a hurricane on the 5th before making landfall just north of Charley originated from a tropical wave, developing into a mb late on October 21. NOAA Office for Coastal Management. The periodical Back to the top States. Joint Hurricane Testbed turn late on the 13th took the center through the northeastern Bahamas. Islands on the 2nd . area of disturbed weather on 16 September. Wilma became tropical storm during the afternoon of the 26th near Tampa, and then and Max Mayfield - published by the U.S. Department of Commerce as NOAA Technical Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) September 11th, making Isabel the strongest hurricane in the Atlantic southeastern Louisiana and southern Mississippi. Management District (SFWMD) station in Lake Okeechobee reported The anemometer was destroyed, and it is Back accelerated northeastward toward southern Florida. region that afternoon as a tropical storm. 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