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Top 5 Most Powerful Hurricane in US History

Top 5 Most Powerful Hurricanes in US History

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Florida Keys Labor Day hurricane, 1935, 892 mb,

The hurricane struck the Florida Keys as a Category 5, the highest-ranking possible on the five-step Saffir-Simpson scale. The winds were up to a speed of  260 km/h with the highest speed of the hurricane recorded at 300 kilometers per hour. The marine station at National Key Deer Refuge on Big Pine Key was destroyed, and a number of Coast Guard personnel were killed here. In total, about 400 people died as a result of the impact of this powerful hurricane.

Hurricane Camille, 1969, 900 mb

The hurricane was the second most powerful tropical cyclone in terms of central pressure ever recorded in the Atlantic basin, behind only Hurricane Wilma. Camille barreled into the Gulf Coast with maximum sustained winds of  280 km/h. The wind speed was equal to an F3 tornado or a very violent house. Hurricane Camille caused the death of 259 people and leftover one billion dollars in damage.

Katrina, 2005, 902 mb

The hurricane was the third most powerful tropical cyclone on record to strike the United States, behind only Hurricane Camille and the 1935 Labor Day hurricane. The storm has caused 1,836 casualties. Katrina hit Louisiana as a Category 3 hurricane with a wind speed of 240 km/h. Hurricane Katrina has caused damage worth 125 billion dollars.

Hurricane Michael, 2018, 919 mb

The hurricane is the second most powerful tropical cyclone ever recorded in the United States, only behind Hurricane Camille. The wind speed of Hurricane Michael at landfall was equal to an F3 tornado or a violent house. The death toll reached 45 people and billions of damages were caused by Michael’s impact on Florida and other US states along the Gulf of Mexico.

Katrina, 2005, 900 mb

The hurricane was the third most powerful tropical cyclone on record to strike the United States, behind only Hurricane Camille and the 1935 Labor Day hurricane. The storm has caused 1,836 casualties. Katrina hit Louisiana as a Category 3 hurricane with a wind speed of 240 km/h. Hurricane Katrina has caused damage worth 125 billion dollars.

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