August 23, 2005 Tropical Depression Twelve formed. The depression became Katrina August 24 when it was located over the Bahamas. Katrina was the 11th tropical storm of the 2005 hurricane season. Katrina turned westward on August 25th, toward Florida. Katrina intensified before making landfall in Florida and was a hurricane about 2 hours before making landfall on the southeastern coast of Florida, near the border of Miami-Dade County and Broward County.
The devastation of hurricane Irma was wide-spread and will take years to fully recover from. The total damage Hurricane Irma caused is calculated to be around $100 billion. The damage ranged from destruction of houses and building to 6.8 million people being without electricity (O’Hara, Kristy). The storm caused 38 casualties in the Caribbean and 34 in Florida. Irma flooded the entire area, leaving some places with hip-high water; buildings were lost, and caused destruction to anything that stood in the way.
The storm reached landfall on July 21st of 2008. Landfall is a term regarding the eye of the hurricane and it passing over land. The areas of land that were affected by Hurricane Dolly were Honduras, the Cayman Islands, Belize, Guatemala, Yucatan, Peninsula, Texas, North Western and North Eastern Mexico, Arizona, and New Mexico. A total of 21 people died due to the conditions of Hurricane Dolly. 1 one was injured, but no one was killed in
Notes: Tropical Cyclone Tracey caused an impact in economy of about 950 million dollars in. Also, Tropical Cyclone Tracey lead to a loss in population which dropped the people in jobs decimating local businesses. Tropical Cyclone Tracey destroyed over 9000 homes. Most of the buildings were not built to cyclone regulations despite they were in the cyclone belt. This would have cost them lots of money to rebuild everything again and would have taken a long time to regrow the environment to how it was before.
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.
The week of the storm Hurricane Katrina is the third most powerful and deadliest hurricanes to occur in the 21st century in the U.S.A. Southern states are known to have the occasional hurricane yearly through out August to early November. However, citizens were not quiet prepared for how serve Hurricane Katrina was going to be. Hurricane Katrina originated in the Bahamas on August 23, 2005 the storm swiftly made its way to Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama Gulf coast within days. Over 300,000 people were displaced and evacuees relocated throughout the United States. On August 29,2005 after several days of high wind volume and major rain fall hurricane Katrina made its
over 80% of all intense hurricanes originate from African easterly waves, intense hurricanes are responsible for more than 70% of destruction caused by tropical cyclones in the United States, an understanding is needed of the physical mechanisms for these observed variations of intense hurricane activity. References Karl Hoarau, Mark Lander, Rosalina De Guzman, Chip Guard, and Rose Barba. (2017) Did TyphoonHaiyan have a new record-minimum pressure?. Weather 72:10, 291-295. Online publication date: 6-Oct-2017.
“More than 1,000 ships and planes have disappeared in the triangle area over the past five centuries and such mysterious incidents on the Atlantic continue to take place even at present days”(Bhattacharya). Even though thousands of lives are lost every year due to magnetic and supernatural forces, the Bermuda Triangle does not exist because the inclement weather in the Gulf causes ships and planes to disappear, and theorists fabricate the mystery to derive attention. The Bermuda Triangle is a mythical area where supposedly aircraft and boats simply disappear with unknown causes (“Bermuda Triangle”). The Bermuda triangle has consumed over 300 ships and 75 aircraft over the years and one of the disappearances that has been emphasized the most was, “On December 5, 1945, five U.S. bombers took off from a U.S. Naval Air Base in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and subsequently disappeared”(Barclay).
It was August 29, 2005. A massive hurricane hit the gulf coast of the United States. There were 1,836 people killed. At least 70,000 people were rescued. The people of Louisiana needed hope that their lives would be rebuilt, so as governor, Kathleen Blanco gave an inspirational speech called the “Address to a Joint Session of the Louisiana State Legislature.
On August 29, 2005, a category five hurricane, named Hurricane Katrina struck the city of New Orleans and destroyed everything in its path. As all the other residents of New Orleans, I was one of the people who experienced this horrible disaster. No one ever predicts that this kind of thing will ever happen to them. Everyone has their story about what happened to them during Hurricane Katrina, but I am going to tell you about my experience and how to affected my life. When Hurricane Katrina came, I was eight years of age and was in the third grade.