You asked: What was the storm surge of Hurricane Dorian?

How strong was Hurricane Dorian when it hit The Bahamas?

Dorian hit The Bahamas on September 1, 2019 as a Category 5 hurricane, causing flooding and mass destruction on the northwest islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama. The storm pummeled Grand Bahama Islands for 48 long hours before finally moving away from the islands.

Has there ever been a Category 6 hurricane?

But some Atlantic hurricanes are arguably strong enough to merit a Category 6 designation thanks to climate change. … But some Atlantic hurricanes, such as Dorian in 2019, have had sustained winds in the 185 miles-per-hour range. That’s arguably strong enough to merit a Category 6 designation.

How wide was Katrina’s eye?

How wide was Hurricane Katrina eye? Katrina was about 400 miles (644 km) wide when it made landfall in Louisiana. Irene: Irene was a big, bad storm, but it could have been worse. The hurricane maxed out at Category 3, meaning its highest sustained wind speeds never topped 130 mph (209 kph).

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