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The Great Hurricane of 1780.
Obviously there were a lot of people in the Caribbean at that particular time. The Great Hurricane of October 10, 1780 remains the deadliest Atlantic Hurricane ever recorded that killed an estimated 22,000 people mostly in the windward and leeward islands the track and strength are completely unknown for the most part. But my guess is that the hurricane may have winds between 180 - 200mph equivalent of a Category 5 Hurricane. In Barbados 4,500 people were killed there and destroyed every home.

 In  St. Vincent over 6,000 people were killed there too. And also this is the time during the revolutionary war so there were a lot of ships there. But when he hurricane moved west in the leeward islands people were caught completely off guard over 40 ships were capsized and 4,000 sailors were killed and then in Monique in the northern part of the Windward Islands over 9,000 people were killed by a 25 foot storm surge.

So it was a devastating storm that really turned the history of the Caribbean around. Hurricane Mitch in 1998 was very similar it was the second deadliest Atlantic Hurricane on recorded history that hit Honduras in a grande in Central America that killed an estimated 11,000 people there too. 

So another deadly hurricane can still happen in less developed countries in the United States in the Caribbean or in the Gulf of Mexico in Mexico.

 I appreciate your support and your comments below ⬇️.
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The Great Miami Hurricane of 1926.
The Great Miami Hurricane of 1926 was the most devastating hurricane too hit miami Florida. Until hurricane Andrew in 1992 which hit the Miami Dane-county on August 24 as a Category 5 hurricane.

The Great Miami Hurricane destroys over 275 homes across southern Florida and Miami 372 people died in the Category 4 hurricane. And over 25.7 billion dollars in damage.

 The hurricane made landfall in Miami Florida as a destructive Category 4 hurricane winds 150mph. A 10 foot storm surge swept across Miami Beach and the down town. Over 25% were left homeless in Miami.

Major damage stretched along over 50 Miles of the southern Florida coast. If the same exact storm happened today damage could add up to $160 billion dollars or more far more than any Atlantic Hurricane currently on record.

Anyway I hope you like this one. See you all next time.
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1928 Okeechobee Hurricane
The Okeechobee hurricane of 1928 is the second deadliest hurricane in U.S history killing an estimated 2,500-3,000 people in Florida. The hurricane formed of the coast of Africa on September 6 moving westward into the leeward islands making landfall in Guadalupe as a Category 4 hurricane on September 13.

Then the hurricane strengthened to a Category 5 hurricane in the Caribbean 160mph winds. The hurricane makes landfall in Puerto Rico as a category 5 hurricane lasting up too a day then moving northwest into Florida. 

The Hurricane makes a 3rd landfall in west palm beach Florida as a Category 4 hurricane winds 145mph. On September 17. The powerful winds pushed the incredible amount of water from lake okeechobee into the southern towns of Florida.

 The poor migrant farm workers tryed to get to higher floors as they can but the water kept on coming coming and coming in every minute. After the hurricane passes the devastation is catastrophic. The farm workers didn’t really have a chance. The hurricane caused over 26.7 billion dollars in damage in Florida. The second deadliest hurricane on record killed an estimated 2,500-3,000 people will never know exactly how many. As always I appreciate your support and your comments below ⬇️.
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Rainbow effect of beautiful northern lights
Our planet depends on us we take car of our only planet 🌎 earth. For our duty of life. Sometimes earth can produce something more beautiful like these northern lights in Canada on February 12, 2014. Anyway hope you like this. And leave a comment below ⬇️.
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On April 28, 2014 a large southern tornado outbreak takes shape in Mississippi and Alabama part of an outbreak of multiple tornadoes since 2011. The Tupelo Mississippi tornado was the strongest too hit since 1932. Reaches an EF-3 intensity 150mph winds. The tornado was a rainrapped tornado at that point. People couldn’t see it because of the visibility. In total over 2.2 billion dollars in damage in this outbreak and 13 people died. See this video. Leave a comment below ⬇️. 

With weather disasters that happened in the past hurricanes tornadoes  floods snow coastal and more can create a deadly and expensive weather disaster. If you want to know what disasters that happened see my images and some videos of them. I will appreciate your support and comments below too.
The 1974 Super Outbreak.
It’s been 44 years since the 1974 super outbreak on April 3rd. 13 states 148 tornadoes 310+ people died and 5484 injuried. Regardless of the widespread devastation this outbreak remains the worst tornado outbreak in U.S history. 30 EF-4 tornadoes and 6 EF-5 tornadoes the highest on the fuijita scale.

The day of April 3, 1974 starts with a low pressure system moving into the Iowa Illinois border.

The Low pulled warm moist air from the Gulf of Mexico moving into the U.S creating a destructive outbreak across 13 states. 

Then 3 major squall lines formed all producing supercells and violent tornadoes.
The National Weather Service tryed everything they can too warn everyone in the U.S about an outbreak going on but it wasn’t enough of an opinion to issue watches and warnings.

A tornado outbreak like this could happen again it’s just a matter of time. But now we are a little more prepared for tornadoes hail and damaging winds.

Thank you for your support I can appreciate your comments below ⬇️
See you all next time.😁⛈😉
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On November 17, 2013 a large late-season outbreak occurs in the Midwest the largest since 2005.

It was the day after my birthday November 16th.

This tornado rated an EF-4, winds 190mph.

The tornado killed over 3 people and caused over 2.7 billion dollars in damage. Making the costliest and deadliest November outbreak on record.
See this video. Hope you enjoyed it. Leave a comment below and click on the watch button for more.

In Joplin Missouri thousands of people have to face a wrath with an EF-5 tornado on May 22, 2011. One month after the super outbreak through April 25- 28 also a real disaster. But lots of people in Joplin didn’t get the warnings much often. And now their caught of guard. The Joplin Missouri tornado was the strongest since 1947. Over 158 people died in this single tornado. And caused $3.4 billion dollars in damage. It remains the deadliest tornado in more than a half a century. See this video. Hope you enjoyed it. Leave a comment below and click on the watch button for more.

On September 8, 1900 a Category 4 hurricane devastates the island of Galveston Texas with winds 130mph. It killed an estimated 8,000 - 12,000 people in Galveston Texas. It claims as the deadliest natural disaster
in U.S history. The population over 36,000 people live in Galveston a 3rd of a population. 8 and a half feet above sea level and a storm surge of 15 feet turns into a recipe for disaster for the island of Galveston. Watch this video. Hope you enjoyed it and leave a comment below and click on the watch button for more.

On April 28, 2014 a large southern tornado outbreak takes shape in Mississippi and Alabama part of an outbreak of multiple tornadoes since 2011. The Tupelo Mississippi tornado was the strongest too hit since 1932. Reaches an EF-3 intensity 150mph winds. The tornado was a rainrapped tornado at that point. People couldn’t see it because of the visibility. In total over 2.2 billion dollars in damage in this outbreak and 13 people died. See this video. Leave a comment below ⬇️. 

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ZookieDragon Featured By Owner May 18, 2018  Professional Artist
Thanks for the watch!
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nicholas15 Featured By Owner May 18, 2018
You’re very welcome man.
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