What was the first hurricane in history?
The earliest hurricane to ever form was one that was unknown to hurricane specialists until a reanalysis of historical weather systems discovered its existence. In 2014, the National Hurricane Center found that an undocumented storm had actually become a full-blown hurricane on Jan. 3, 1938.
How many people were injured in the great hurricane?
The Great New England Hurricane finally dissipated over Canada that night. All told, 700 people were killed by the hurricane, 600 of them in Long Island and southern New England. Some 700 people were injured. Nearly 9,000 homes and buildings were destroyed, and 15,000 damaged.
What year had the most hurricanes?
Seasons with the most named storms, 1851-Present
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