Sandy became the deadliest hurricane to hit Cuba. The death total in the Caribbean topped off at seventy. Then the hurricane moved northwest heading to the lower eastern seaboard (Florida and Georgia) . On October 29th, the hurricane makes a drastic change of course straight to New Jersey. Places like New York and New Jersey once thought as being untouchable now brace themselves for the storm.
As the storm passed west of Cuba, its effects extended as far east as Havana, where winds reached 56 mph (90 km/h). Across the Florida Straits, Key West, Florida, recorded 36 mph (58 km/h) winds.  The strongest sustained winds measured in association with the storm were 107 mph (172 km/h) in Mobile, Alabama, corresponding to a one-minute average of 87 mph (140 km/h) adjusted for modern recording techniques. Although not directly recorded, sustained winds of Category 3 intensity probably affected coastal Mississippi and Alabama, with Category 2 winds affecting Florida.  Throughout the affected region, telephone and telegraph infrastructure was blown down, crippling communications.
Hurricane Katrina an extremely deadly tropical storm that was one of the most high cost disasters and one of the most deadliest hurricanes to ever hit the United State. The Hurricane at its peak, had winds of speeds of at 175 mph, and did devastating damage to coastal areas and islands. With most of the harm hitting Louisiana, particularly the New Orleans. The cost of Katrina was catastrophic, it is estimated the total cost impact is around the range of a 150 billion dollars. This storm claimed its title as one of the most deadly hurricanes to ever hit the United States of America with a estimated death count of 1,245 to 1,836 total.
Till this day parts of the city are still in ruins. Hurricane Katrina caused $81 billion in property damage. It is estimated that the total economic impact in Louisiana and Mississippi exceeded $150 billion. Katrina earned the title of being the costliest hurricane ever in United States history. Hurricane Katrina revealed and verified the link among race, place and vulnerability within groups.
The United States Weather Bureau (the precursor to the National Weather Service) had called for "rains and strong shifting winds" on that day, but not tornadoes. Flint Beecher Tornado is the 10th deadliest tornado. The Flint Beecher Tornado killed 116 and injured 844 on June 8, 1953. The Great St. Louis tornado was the third deadliest tornado. The Great St. Louis tornado was part of a tornado outbreak that affected the central and southern regions of the United States.
A tropical storm is defined as being a storm with low wind pressure occurring over tropical oceans and is it is very similar to a hurricane. The most recent tropical storm suffered by The Great Barrier Reef occured in 2017. It wasn't referred to as a storm, but a “tropical cyclone” (Copp). The tropical cyclone had a name, and the name was Debbie. Debbie was the most harmful of these storms killing 14 residents of Australia.
Two hours later, Hurricane Katrina went through Hallandale Beach and Aventura on August 25. Hallandale Beach and Aventura are in the right side of the bottom tip of Florida. Hurricane Katrina began to get less stronger and became a tropical storm. After it went through the bottom tip of Florida, it entered the Gulf of Mexico. There it got back to being a hurricane.
The Great hurricane or San Calixto hurricane occurred in October 10-16 in the caribbean in 1780. It is known to be the deadliest of all time murdering 27,500 people in the caribbean alone. It is also the turning point in the caribbean as many colonist from the country can’t recover from this as the revolutionary wars in America is going on. The actual strength of the storm could be at 200. The origins of this storm is unknown but some historians believed to be a cape verde storm.
Hurricane Katrina “ What changed in the United States with Hurricane Katrina was a feeling that we have entered a period of consequences ” ( “Al Gore” AZ Quotes ). This quote was said by former Vice President, Al Gore, and he believed that Global Warming was to blame for Hurricane Katrina. Hurricane comes from spanish word “ huracán ” which was borrowed from Taino Indians word “ hurakán ” which means center of the wind ( Hurricane Katrina Devastates ) . Katrina formed August 23, 2005, when it had hit New Orleans, in early morning of the 29th. Katrina was designed as a Category 3 hurricane but , peaked at a Category 5.
To what extent do you agree with President Bush´s description of Hurricane Katrina as a natural disaster? In August 2005, over 1,700 people lost their lives as a result of Category 5 hurricane Katrina. The hurricane affected over 90,000 square miles in many of the Gulf Coast states, under which Florida, Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi. (Hurricane Katrina). However, it particularly damaged New Orleans, due to its poor infrastructure and unfortunate geographical location.
What was Hurricane Katrina? Hurricane Katrina was the largest and 3rd strongest hurricane ever recorded to make landfall in the United States. Katrina first made landfall on August 29, 2005 and struck the Gulf Coast of the United States. Hurricane Katrina was first announced as a Category 3 hurricane and with time it soon grew into a Category 5 hurricane. The beginning Category 3 hurricane sustained winds of 100-140 mph and stretched about 400 miles across.
Danny Glover once stated, “When Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf and the floodwaters rose and tore through New Orleans, it did not turn the region into a Third World country…it revealed one” (Glover). As the winds reached speeds of 100 to 140 miles per hour, water crashed against the levees, which in turn broke them, and flooded 80% of Louisiana. Hurricane Katrina’s peak was a category five, but disintegrated into a category three just before landfall. The third deadliest hurricane is what Hurricane Katrina achieved. In the wake of a dark time, Hurricane Katrina proved to America how crucial preparedness is.
Irma was a category 5 hurricane. It hit Florida, debris left lying around everywhere. At least 36 people were reported dead, and over six million people were left without power. The flooding has makes walking the streets dangerous as the muddy water can hide sharp objects along with holes. The (FEMA) Federal Emergency Management Agency estimated that 25% of homes within the Florida keys are completely destroyed, and 65% have had major damage.
' 'Millions of lives were changed in a day by a cruel and wonderful storm ' '- Gorge W. Bush" On August 29, 2005 at 6:10am one of the most deadliest storm came in. Hurricane Katrina has formed over the Bahamas and continued across southern parts of Louisiana & Mississippi. The winds were 100-400 miles per hour. Ten thousand people waited for the storm to pass at home. Many people were effective by this terrible storm on this day.