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1999 Aug 22
Hurricane Bret hit the US-Mexican border near Brownsville late on this day. Winds hit 125 mph but the storm missed populated areas.
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1999 Aug 29
Hurricane "Dennis" wallowed along the coast toward the Carolinas, prompting evacuation orders for the fragile Outer Banks barrier islands.
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1999 Sep 7
1999 Sep 19
Hurricane Floyd caused one death in Caribbean and 56 in United States. Storm hit Bahamas before striking Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, Delaware, New York, Connecticut, and Vermont.
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1999 Sep 13
Hurricane Floyd with winds at 150 mph stretched out for 700 miles and approached the Florida coast as over a million people were ordered to evacuate the coast.
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1999 Sep 14
Hurricane "Floyd" clobbered the Bahamas, toppling power lines, ripping roofs off homes and pushing a roiling sea into streets before heading toward the southeastern United States. Hurricane Floyd forced the evacuation of 800,00 in South Carolina and 500,000 in Georgia.
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1999 Sep 15
Hurricane Floyd hit North Carolina and dropped 13-16 inches of rain. Extensive damaged was reported in the Bahamas on the islands of Abaco, Eleuthera, Cat and San Salvador. Damages from Floyd were later estimated at over $800 million and 45 deaths were attributed to the storm.
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1999 Sep 16
Hurricane "Floyd" hit the Carolinas and began making its way up the East Coast, damaging 12,000 homes and claiming more than 50 lives even after it weakened to a tropical storm.
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1999 Oct 15
Hurricane Irene hit southern Florida and 5 people were electrocuted by down power lines in Miami.
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1999 Oct 16
Hurricane Irene rumbled up the US East Coast.
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1999 Nov 17
Hurricane Lenny hit the Virgin Islands with 150 mph winds with most of the force over St. Croix.
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2001 Aug 6
Hurricane Barry hit the Florida Panhandle along with parts of Alabama and Georgia.
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2001 Oct 7
Hurricane Iris caused a mudslide in the Dominican Republic that killed 3 people.
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2001 Oct 8
In Belize 17 Virginians were killed when a dive boat capsized during a hurricane.
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2001 Oct 9
Hurricane Iris hit Belize with 140 mph winds. 17 members of a Virginia diving club and 2 local sailors were confirmed dead with 3 missing. Winds nearing 200 mph left 20 people dead.
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2001 Oct 30
A 5th day of rain on Caribbean coast forced 25,000 people from their homes in Honduras. 4 people were reported killed. Heavy damage was also reported from Nicaragua with 12 people missing.
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2001 Nov 4
Hurricane Michelle hit Cuba and forced the evacuation of 750,000. At least 5 people were killed.
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2001 Nov 5
Hurricane Michelle swept past the Bahamas with 85 mph winds, flooding houses and cutting power.
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2002 Sep 1
Typhoon Rusa, the worst typhoon to hit South Korea in 40 years, left at least 119 people dead.
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2002 Sep 23
Hurricane Isidore left two dead and 300,000 homeless in Mexico's Yucatan and moved toward the U.S. Gulf coast.
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2002 Sep 29
Hurricane Lili killed 3 people in Jamaica and headed for Cuba.
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2002 Oct 3
Hurricane Lili gave Louisiana's coast a 100 mph battering.
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2003 Aug 24
Hurricane Ignacio sideswiped the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula.
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2003 Sep 5
Hurricane Fabian slammed into Bermuda killing 4 people. [see Sep 6]
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2003 Sep 6
Fabian, the most powerful hurricane to hit Bermuda in 50 years pushed away from the British territory after deadly winds split trees and swept trucks off roads. Four people were missing and feared dead.
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2003 Sep 18
Hurricane Isabel plowed into North Carolina's Outer Banks with 100 mile-an-hour winds and pushed its way up the Eastern Seaboard; the storm was later blamed for 30 deaths.
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2003 Sep 19
Hurricane Isabel knocked out power to more than 4.5 million people as it weakened into a tropical storm and raced toward Canada after swamping tidal communities along Chesapeake Bay. 21 of 36 storm victims were in Virginia.
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2004 Aug 13
Hurricane Charley roared across Cuba, ripping apart roofs, downing power lines and yanking up huge palm trees on its way to Florida. Charley hit Florida with winds at 145mph. It flattened oceanfront homes, killed 23 people and left thousands more homeless.
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2004 Aug 15
Residents left homeless by Hurricane Charley dug through their ravaged homes, rescuing what they could as President Bush promised rapid delivery of disaster aid.
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2004 Sep 2
Hurricane Frances raged through the sparsely populated southeastern Bahamas.
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2004 Sep 4
Hurricane Frances ripped apart roofs, shattered windows and flooded neighbor-hoods as it raged through the Bahamas leaving 2 people dead.
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2004 Sep 5
The eye of Hurricane Frances made official landfall near Sewall’s Point, Fl. Sustained winds of 105 mph knocked out power to some 2 million people. Frances left 19 dead in Florida as it slowly moved northwest.
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2004 Sep 8
Hurricane Ivan made a direct hit on Grenada, killing at least three people. The most powerful storm to hit the Caribbean in 10 years also damaged homes in Barbados, St. Lucia and St. Vincent, just days after Hurricane Frances rampaged through.
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2004 Sep 9
Tourists and residents were told to evacuate the Florida Keys because the powerful Hurricane Ivan could hit the island chain by Sunday. It had top sustained winds of 160 mph, making it a Category 5 storm.
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2004 Sep 9
Hurricane Ivan grew into the deadliest of storms overnight, packing winds of 160 mph as it made a beeline for Jamaica after pummeling Grenada, Barbados and other islands, causing at least 20 deaths. Police in Grenada battled looters.
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2004 Sep 11
Hurricane Ivan lashed Jamaica with monstrous waves, driving rain and winds nearing 155 mph, killing at least 15 people. Total deaths from the hurricane reached 65.
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2004 Sep 12
Hurricane Ivan skirted Grand Cayman with winds near 155 mph as it churned toward Cuba. The storm has been blamed for 56 deaths across the Caribbean so far, including 34 in Grenada and 11 in Jamaica.
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2004 Sep 13
In the Dominican Republic 4 youths were swept away and killed by monstrous waves from Hurricane Ivan in Santo Domingo.
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2004 Sep 14
Hurricane Ivan whipped western Cuba with 160 mph winds. The hurricane knocked some 25 million barrels of oil off world markets by causing undersea mudslides in the Gulf of Mexico.
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2004 Sep 15
Tropical Storm Jeanne lashed Puerto Rico with damaging winds and rain that knocked out power, flooded roads and killed two people. It soon strengthened from a tropical storm into the 6th hurricane of the season.
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2004 Sep 16
Hurricane Ivan slammed ashore in Alabama with winds of 130 mph, packing deadly tornadoes and powerful waves and rain that threatened to swamp communities from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle. Ivan was blamed for at least 115 deaths, 43 in the US.

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2004 Sep 17
The violent remains of Hurricane Ivan pounded a large swath of the eastern United States, drenching an area from Georgia to Ohio. Ivan left 70 dead in the Caribbean and 40 dead in the US including 4 in Alabama, 16 in Florida, 4 in Georgia, 4 in Louisiana, 3 in Mississippi, and 8 in North Carolina.
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2004 Sep 25
Hurricane Jeanne lashed the Bahamas with violent winds and torrential rains, making a direct hit on Abaco island and threatening the country's second-largest city, Freeport.
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2004 Sep 26
Haitians surrounded by the destruction of Tropical Storm Jeanne prayed for the 1,500 dead during church services and gave thanks their lives were spared, while the UN rushed more peacekeepers in to stem looting in the ravaged city of Gonaives. Tropical Storm Jeanne wiped out 7% of Haiti’s GDP.
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2004 Sep 26
Hurricane Jeanne blasted ashore in Florida with drenching rains and 120 mph wind. At least 1.5 million people were without power. An estimated 6 people were killed.
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2005 Feb 18
President Bush declared American Samoa a major disaster area following Hurricane Olaf, which wiped out nearly all homes in at least one village in the Manua Islands.
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2005 Feb 27
The tiny Pacific island nation of Tokelau called for food and medical supplies, and there were "grave concerns" for residents on Swain's Island in American Samoa after Cyclone Percy pounded the area.
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2005 Apr 26
Florida’s Gov. Bush signed legislation giving people the right to meet “force with force,” effective Oct 1. Utility crews in South Florida scrambled to restore power to more than 1 million customers blacked out by Hurricane Katrina, which continued to churn in the Gulf of Mexico.
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2005 May 20
Hurricane Adrian slammed into El Salvador, unleashing torrential rains in an area prone to devastating floods and forcing some 14,000 people to seek higher ground.
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2005 Jul 7
Hurricane Dennis, a Category 4 storm with 135-mph winds, left 10 people dead in Haiti and some 100 missing.
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2005 Jul 8
Hurricane Dennis slammed Cuba, sweeping away coastal homes and sending waves crashing over Havana's seawall. At least 10 people were killed.
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2005 Jul 9
Hurricane Dennis left at least 32 people dead in the Caribbean and moved toward Pensacola, Florida.
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2005 Jul 10
Hurricane Dennis swamped homes, ripped off roofs and felled power lines and trees when it hurtled into northwest Florida and Alabama with 120-mph (190-kph) winds. The storm left at least 16 dead in Haiti. Dennis killed at least 16 people in Cuba, damaged or destroyed 15,000 homes and caused an estimated $1.4 billion in property damage. Dennis killed at least 62 people, the majority in the Caribbean.

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2005 Jul 12
BP said it has sent teams to fix its 'Thunder Horse' oil platform, which has been listing since Hurricane Dennis hit the Gulf of Mexico. The platform, located 150 miles (250 kilometres) southeast of New Orleans, was slipping by around 20-30 degrees following the passing of the storm, but no injuries or leaks were reported.
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2005 Aug 24
Tropical Depression 12 strengthened into Tropical Storm Katrina over the central Bahamas; a hurricane warning was issued for the southeastern Florida coast.
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2005 Aug 25
Hurricane Katrina plodded across South Florida and left 4 people dead.
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2005 Aug 27
Coastal residents jammed freeways and gas stations as they rushed to get out of the way of Hurricane Katrina, which was headed toward New Orleans.
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2005 Aug 28
In Louisiana Mayor Ray Nagin ordered an immediate evacuation for all of New Orleans, a city sitting below sea level with 485,000 inhabitants, as Hurricane Katrina bore down with wind revved up to nearly 175 mph and a threat of a massive storm surge.
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2005 Aug 29
Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast near Buras, La., as a Category 3 storm. Katrina ripped two holes in the curved roof of the Louisiana Superdome, letting in rain as thousands of storm refugees huddled inside. In Mississippi many of the 13 floating casinos in Biloxi and Gulfport smashed historic homes and buildings. The Grand Casino Biloxi destroyed the historic Hotel Tivoli. Storm surges and winds from Katrina unleashed at least 40 oil spills and some 193,000 barrels of oil and other petrochemicals were driven across fragile marshy ecosystems southeast of New Orleans. The death toll from Katrina eventually reached at least 1,600. An estimated 300 Louisiana residents died out of state; some 230 people perished in Mississippi. Property damage estimates were in the hundreds of billions of dollars.
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2005 Aug 29
An oil rig tore free of its moorings as Hurricane Katrina lashed the Alabama coast, before surging downriver and smashing into a suspension bridge. 92% of crude and 83% of natural gas production were shut down, as Gulf of Mexico rigs were evacuated.
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2005 Aug 29
In New Orleans 34 people died at a Tenet Healthcare hospital after Hurricane Katrina knocked out power and the temperature inside the building rose to more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius). The hospital’s windows couldn’t be opened. On July 22, 2011, a judge approved a $25 million class-action settlement over the deaths of the patients. The Dallas-based company settled 11 other cases over Katrina.
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