What hurricane hit the Gulf Coast in the 70s?
Hurricane Celia, August 3, 1970: Hurricane Celia was one of the most destructive storms to ever hit Texas, with damages estimated at $1.6 billion (in 1990 dollars). Celia became a hurricane on August 1 in the Gulf of Mexico and intensified rapidly in 15 hours before it crossed the coast north of Corpus Christi, TX.
What hurricane hit Florida in the 70s?
|Name||Year||Number of deaths|
Was there a hurricane in 1978?
The 1978 Atlantic hurricane season was the last Atlantic hurricane season to use an all-female naming list. The season officially began on June 1, and ended on November 30.
|1978 Atlantic hurricane season|
|First system formed||January 18, 1978|
|Last system dissipated||November 1, 1978|
What was the most intense hurricane in US history?
The Most Intense Hurricanes in the United States 1851-2004
|1||Unnamed (FL Keys)||1935|
|2||Camille (MS, SE LA, VA)||1969|
|3||Andrew (SE FL, SE LA)||1992|
What was the worst hurricane to ever hit Florida?
The deadliest hurricane in Florida’s recent recorded history is also its costliest. Hurricane Irma made landfall along the Florida Keys destroying homes and boats and causing widespread power outages as well as extensive tree damage to the Florida islands. In Miami-Dade County, about 1,000 homes sustained major damage.