What hurricanes hit the 90s?
Despite improvements in forecasting, hurricanes continued to cause death and destruction in the 1990s. In 1992, Hurricane Andrew caused $26.5 billion in damage when it hit South Florida. Then in 1998, Hurricane Mitch killed over 11,000 people in Central America — the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since 1780.
What hurricanes hit Florida in the 90s?
|Name||Year||Number of deaths|
What hurricane hit the east coast in 1991?
As a tropical cyclone, Grace produced squally conditions across Bermuda, but no damage was reported. The hurricane generated large swells along the East Coast of the United States, causing minor beach erosion.
|Category 2 hurricane (SSHWS)|
|Peak intensity||105 mph (165 km/h) (1-min) 980 mbar (hPa)|
What hurricane was in the 80s?
|Storm name||Dates active||Storm category at peak intensity|
|Allen||July 31 – August 11||Category 5 hurricane|
|Four||August 13 – 17||Tropical depression|
|Bonnie||August 14 – 19||Category 2 hurricane|
|Charley||August 20 – 25||Category 1 hurricane|