The Florida Keys Hurricane or Atlantic Gulf Hurricane of 1919 was an intense Atlantic hurricane, killing over 600 people as it moved through the Florida Keys and Texas. ...more on Wikipedia about "1919 Florida Keys Hurricane"
The 1930 Dominican Republic Hurricane was a small but intense Category 4 hurricane during the 1930 Atlantic hurricane season. This tropical cyclone killed as many as 8,000 people when it crossed Hispaniola, making it the fifth deadliest Atlantic hurricane on record. ...more on Wikipedia about "1930 Dominican Republic Hurricane"
Hurricane Cleo was the third named storm, first hurricane, and first major hurricane of the 1964 Atlantic hurricane season. The powerful hurricane travelled through the Caribbean Sea and later hit Florida. Cleo was one of the longest-lived storms of the season. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hurricane Cleo"
Hurricane David was the strongest hurricane of the 1979 Atlantic hurricane season. It caused over 2000 deaths, mostly in Hispaniola. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hurricane David"
Hurricane Flora blasted through the Caribbean in September and October, 1963. Flora was one of the deadliest hurricanes in history, killing over 7,000. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hurricane Flora"
Hurricane Georges was the second most destructive storm of the 1998 Atlantic hurricane season. It was the sixth storm to make landfall in the United States that season. Georges affected at least six different countries ( Antigua, St. Kitts and Nevis, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Cuba, United States), more than any other hurricane in years - and more than any other hurricane since until Hurricane Wilma in 2005 affected ten different countries. ** ...more on Wikipedia about "Hurricane Georges"
Tropical Storm Alpha was the twenty-second named storm in the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season, setting a new record for seasonal activity. It caused some damage and has caused forty-two confirmed deaths in the Hispaniola countries of Dominican Republic and Haiti. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tropical Storm Alpha (2005)"
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