The Most Devastating Hurricanes in the History of the U.S
The Fate of the Americas
Hurricane Dorian alarmed the US, many tornadoes in the history of the continent occurred, but none of them were spoken as much as this hurricane, canceled their visit to the president of the United States, people finished stocks in the markets, shelters were repaired. Launched as Category 1, Dorian was said to be in the class of the lowest power hurricanes.
Hurricane, the continent where a natural disaster is most common, America is exceptionally accustomed to such hurricanes, but the worst is the continent that lived in Hurricane Katina in 2005, fearing that the worse will happen.
The most devastating and deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States:
Hurricane Hugo 1989: Category 5 - 82 dead - 56.00 People Left Homeless
Hurricane Andrew 1992: Category 5 - 65 dead - 25,000 People Homeless - Wind speed: 280 km / h
Hurricane Charley 2004: Category 4 - 15 dead - Wind speed: 240 km / h
Hurricane Ivan 2004: Category 4 - 20 dead - Wind speed: 230 km / h
Hurricane Katrina 2005: Category 5 - 1,833 dead - Countless Houses Demolished - Wind speed: 280 km / h
Hurricane Wilma 2005: Category 5 - 87 dead - Wind speed: 280 km / h
Hurricane Rita 2005: Category 4 - The regions were evacuated due to hurricanes in the same year, causing only substantial material damage.
Hurricane Ilke 2008: Category 4 - 195 dead - Wind speed: 230 km / h
Hurricane Irene 2011: Category 3 - 49 dead - Wind speed: 195 km / h
Hurricane Sandy 2012: Category 3 - 285 dead - Wind speed: 185 km / h
Hurricane Harvey 2017: Category 4 - 68 dead - Wind speed: 215 km / h
Hurricane Dorian 2019: (Effects Not Known Yet)