Famous Weather Phenomenons

  1. Florida Keys Hurricane (1906)images
  2. Florida Keys Hurricane (October 11, 1909) – over 400 buildings & 300 boats damaged, totaling $1 million dollars in damage ($24 million in 2008). keywesthurr1909
  3. Florida Keys Hurricane (October 17, 1910)
  4. Pensacola Hurricane (September 29, 1917)
  5. Florida Keys hurricane (September 9, 1919)1919_flkeys_nolaoverflow_pubdomain
  6. Tampa Bay Hurricane (October 25, 1921) 1921-yachtclub
  7. Miami Hurricane (September 18, 1926) miami_damage_1926
  8. Okeechobee Hurricane (September 17, 1928)The Belle Glade Everglades experiment station after the hurricane of 1928. Palm Beach Post file photo BELLE GLADE --- An undated photo taken in the aftermath of the 1928 hurricane shows the damage done to a cluster of scientific work stations. Thousands drowned on Sept. 16 that year when hurricane-force winds blew a wall of water from Lake Okeechobee through a makeshift dike. The official death toll is 1,836, but historians and hurricane researchers say it's probably closer to 2,500 or 3,000. ORG XMIT: MER0503211643572784 ORG XMIT: MER0705171719342077
  9. Great Freeze (1894 – 1895) greatfreeze2
  10. Freeze of 1899
  11. Freeze (February 2 – 6, 1917)

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