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The Day the Hurricane Hit New York: Plus:The Hurricane Strikes Rhode Island

by Joseph J Cacciotti

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Published by iUniverse, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adventure / thriller,
  • General & Literary Fiction,
  • Action & Adventure,
  • Fiction / Adventure,
  • Fiction - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages146
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10711115M
    ISBN 100595435106
    ISBN 109780595435104
    OCLC/WorldCa156827678

      Hawaii was hit with a rare hurricane in August , soaking the island chain with 52 inches of rain—the second-highest total rainfall from a tropical cyclone in the United States since   Staten Island is known for many things: the ferry, the accent, the Wu-Tang Clan. But this borough of New York City is also home to the greatest wiffle ball tournament on the planet.

    Hurricane Donna, known in Puerto Rico as Hurricane San Lorenzo, was the strongest hurricane of the Atlantic hurricane season, and caused severe damage to the Lesser Antilles, the Greater Antilles, and the East Coast of the United States, especially Florida, in August– fifth tropical cyclone, third hurricane, and first major hurricane of the season, Donna developed south of Damage: $ million ( USD).   Radiocarbon dating of two prehistoric overwash fans indicated that these were deposited between A.D. – and – and probably represent intense hurricane strikes. In the past yr, at least seven intense hurricanes struck the southern Rhode Island coast and produced a storm surge that overtopped the barrier at Succotash Marsh.

    In terms of fatalities and property damage - the hurricane is still one of the worst disasters in North American history. In a matter of hours, people were killed, were injured, and more t buildings were damaged or destroyed. The states of New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, suffered their worst natural disaster in recorded history. Hurricane Irene was a large and destructive tropical cyclone which affected much of the Caribbean and East Coast of the United States during late August The ninth named storm, first hurricane, and first major hurricane of the Atlantic hurricane season, Irene originated from a well-defined Atlantic tropical wave that began showing signs of organization east of the Lesser : $ billion ( USD).


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Eighty-four tropical or subtropical cyclones have affected the state of New York since the 17th century. The state of New York is located along the East Coast of the United States, in the Northeastern portion of the country. The strongest of these storms was the New England hurricane, which struck Long Island as a Category 3 storm on the Saffir–Simpson hurricane scale.

This report may also be confused with the Independence Hurricane of September 2–3,which passed into New England from New York as a tropical depression or weak tropical storm. Aug – A weakening hurricane that struck the Carolinas, and impacted the coasts of Massachusetts and Rhode Island but did not make landfall.

This storm prevented a major battle between England and. The Great Hurricane: by Cherie Burns is good primarily because it deals with the human interest impact of such a huge storm. It came ashore at Long Island on September 21 with winds of and gusts up to Over the next 24 hours, it moved through New England causing incredible damage throughout those states to crops, trees, and livestock/5.

Afterwards, it quickly tracked across Long Island and Long Island Sound before making a second and final landfall near New Haven, Connecticut as a slightly weaker hurricane with winds of mph ( km/h), making it one of only three recorded tropical cyclones to hit Connecticut as major : $ million ( USD).

Hurricane Carol caused widespread destruction along the Southern New England coast. Some coastal communities in Rhode Island, from Westerly to Narragansett, were almost completely destroyed as a result of the hurricane’s powerful addition to strong winds, Hurricane Carol also produced an incredibly high storm surge, the highest of which was experienced in Narragansett Bay, RI and.

On September 2,Labor Day, the hurricane reached a peak intensity of mb. The hurricane made landfall later that night as a Category 5 storm, crossing the Florida Keys between Key West and Miami, FL. As it made landfall, the hurricane delivered maximum sustained winds of approximately km/h ( mph).

After passing the Keys, the hurricane slowly recurved northward and closely. Seven Atlantic hurricanes affected the country in the season, which was the year with the most United States hurricanes. Explore these storms and all historical hurricanes. Impact.

The Labor Day hurricane was the most intense hurricane to make landfall on the country, having struck the Florida Keys with a pressure of mbar. Estimates vary, but at least people died that day and maybe as many as The Great Hurricane crossed over the tip of Long Island, slammed into New London and raced up the Connecticut River Valley at 50 miles per hour.

Rhode Island, Connecticut, eastern Massachusetts/Boston September 27 [O.S. September 16] The New England Hurricane of was a strong hurricane that caused considerable damage, uprooted many trees, damaged property, and washed ships in port ashore. Center of. The Great Hurricane of The storm endures as New England’s most devastating hurricane of recent memory.

Striking at an especially high tide on Septemthe Category 3 hurricane (dubbed “The Long Island Express”) devoured the Long Island and Connecticut coastline and surrounding areas. We deliver local Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts news & weather stories, and we do what we do to make Providence, Warwick, Cranston, Fall River, New Bedford, Pawtucket, and Newport.

is the website of The Day of New London, Conn., the region's leading daily newspaper. The Great New England Hurricane hit the small state of Rhode Island with the full force of its dangerous front right sector.

The storm took between and lives in Rhode Island, over half of the total fatalities attributed to the storm in New England. During that time, the storm had moved generally westward, although it turned to the northwest due to a weakening of the ridge.

Gloria quickly intensified on Septem and the next day reached peak winds of mph ( km/h). The hurricane weakened before striking the Outer Banks of North Carolina on September Damage: $ million ( USD).

The Great White Hurricane of struck on the night of March 11 and continued furiously for two days, dumping as much as 60 inches of snow on parts of the Northeast. One of the worst blizzards in U.S.

history, it killed people and paralyzed the East Coast from the Chesapeake to Maine. The [ ]. The Norwegian Dawn sailed from New York on the 10th but the sea didn’t strike until its returning voyage. The vessel was sailing through stormy weather when it was hit by three rogue waves in a.

Hurricane Belle was a strong tropical cyclone that caused moderate damage across the East Coast of the United States in August In late July, a tropical wave emerged off the west coast of Africa.

Traversing the Atlantic Ocean for more than a week, the system eventually consolidated into a tropical depression near the Bahamas on August 6. Remaining nearly stationary for a day, the Damage: $ million ( USD). Traveling km ( mi) in approximately 12 hours time, the Great New England Hurricane of exhibited the fastest forward speed (upwards of 96 km/h [60mph]) ever recorded in hurricane history.

Since the hurricane moved at a speed similar to that of a train, the hurricane was coined “The Long Island Express”. Hurricane Irma was an extremely powerful Cape Verde hurricane that caused widespread destruction across its path in September Irma was the first Category 5 hurricane to strike the Leeward Islands on record, followed by Maria two weeks later.

At the time, it was considered as the most powerful hurricane on record in the open Atlantic region, outside of the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico Highest winds: 1-minute sustained: mph ( km/h).

Later that day, the greatest weather disaster ever to hit Long Island and New England struck in the form of a category 3 hurricane.

Long Island, New York and New England were changed forever by.The Great New England Hurricane of CAT 3 - Septem The Great New England Hurricane of was one of the most destructive and powerful storms ever to strike Southern New England.

This system developed in the far eastern Atlantic, near the Cape Verde Islands on September 4. The most notorious upstate New York hurricane in memory is Agnes, which caused severe flooding in southern New York and dumped 3 inches Author: Steve Orr.