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Updated 14 September 2011 to include damage estimates from the National Flood Insurance Program and to revise the total damage estimate
Report 1.35 Mb. 8
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Updated 14 September 2011 to include damage estimates from the National Flood Insurance Program and to revise the total damage estimate
Report 1.2 Mb. 7
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Atlantic, becoming the second tropical cyclone to do so in this area within the span of a week. It was only the sixth hurricane on record in the month of December
Report 145.75 Kb. 1
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Andrea formed off the southeast coast of the United States. It was the eighth earliest cyclone since 1851 and the first May cyclone since 1981
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Fay was a long-lived tropical storm that made eight landfalls – including a record four landfalls in Florida – and produced torrential rainfall that caused extensive floods across the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, and Florida
Report 0.97 Mb. 7
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Updated 28 September 2006 for one additional fatality in Grand Bahama Island, a revised U. S. damage estimate, and storm surge and damage in Grand Bahama Island
Report 0.99 Mb. 6
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Hispaniola and eastern North Carolina. Gale-force winds and heavy rains associated with Ernesto also impacted portions of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey. Ernesto was directly responsible for five fatalities in Haiti
Report 1.41 Mb. 10
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Hurricane Felix was a small, but powerful, category 5 hurricane (on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale) that caused major damage in northeastern Nicaragua
Report 457.65 Kb. 3
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Updated 4 February 2009 for adjustment of best track over Cuba, additional surface observations, an updated rainfall graphic, additional storm surge inundation maps
Report 8.96 Mb. 21
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Tropical Cyclone ReportTropical Cyclone Report
Updated 14 September 2011 to include damage estimates from the National Flood Insurance Program and to revise the total damage estimate
Report 3.26 Mb. 13
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Hispaniola and eastern North Carolina. Gale-force winds and heavy rains associated with Ernesto also impacted portions of Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey. Ernesto was directly responsible for five fatalities in Haiti
Report 4.15 Mb. 10
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Updated 14 September 2011 to include damage estimates from the National Flood Insurance Program and to revise the total damage estimate
Report 2.26 Mb. 11
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Gustav moved erratically through the Greater Antilles into the Gulf of Mexico, eventually making landfall on the coast of Louisiana
Report 1.82 Mb. 9
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