When was Hurricane Jose?

When did Hurricane Jose make landfall?

Jose weakened immediately after becoming a Category 2 hurricane and winds were 90 mph (150 km/h) when the storm made landfall in Antigua at 1600 UTC on October 21.

Where did Hurricane Jose start?

Hurricane Jose developed from a tropical depression that formed about 700 miles east of the Windward Islands on October 17th. As the system moved west-northwestward to northwestward it quickly became a tropical storm and then a hurricane on the 19th… when it was located 150 miles east of the Leeward Islands.

Was there ever a hurricane named Joe?

Hurricane Joseph was the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Alaska basin. Joseph was a Category 5 hurricane with winds of 185 mph and a central pressure of 897 millibars.

Hurricane Joseph.

Category 5 major hurricane (SSHWS/NWS)
Areas affected Alaska Peninsula, Juneau
Part of the 2010 Alaska hurricane season

Is there a hurricane Joshua?

Severe Tropical Cyclone Joshua was a costly tropical cyclone that made landfall in Queensland in late 2020 and early 2021, causing major damage to those areas.

Where is Hurricane Elsa?

Tropical Storm Elsa, the first storm to reach hurricane strength of the 2021 Atlantic season, is tracing a path up inland of and along the East Coast. As of Wednesday, Elsa has made landfall on north Florida’s western coast bringing with it sustained wind speeds of close to 65 mph.

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Was there a hurricane named Jacob?

Cyclone Jacob (1985) … Cyclone Jacob (2007) – made landfall east of Port Hedland, Western Australia.