Frequent question: What year was Hurricane Juan in Louisiana?

What was the strongest hurricane in Louisiana history?

The 1856 Last Island hurricane (also known as the Great Storm of 1856) was a deadly and destructive tropical cyclone that is tied with Hurricane Laura and Hurricane Ida as the strongest hurricane on record to make landfall in the U.S. state of Louisiana, as measured by maximum sustained winds.

What was the worst hurricane to hit Lake Charles Louisiana?

Hurricane Laura was a Category 4 storm when it made landfall near Cameron, south of Lake Charles, early Aug. 27. It was the strongest hurricane to strike southwest Louisiana since records began in 1851, according to the weather service.

Has Louisiana ever had a Category 5 hurricane?

Hurricane Ida was close to becoming just the fifth hurricane to hit the US as a Category 5 storm. Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana Sunday, battering the region with winds so rough that it was tied for the fifth-strongest hurricane to ever strike the US.

How much snow did White Juan get?

Huge, lumbering White Juan packed quite a weather wallop – heavy snows, fierce winds gusting to 124 km/h and zero visibility. Snow fell at a phenomenal rate of five centimetres per hour for 12 straight hours.

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