The National Hurricane Center has spotted a tropical low off the coast of Africa. The low went into the waters and became Invest 91L. 91L then went towards the Caribbean and went over warm waters. 91L then became Tropical Depression One and it struck the Caribbean on June 6. After One struck the Caribbean, One became Tropical Storm Arthur. Arthur then struck Puerto Rico. After Arthur made landfall in Puerto Rico, Arthur then began to go towards the United Kingdom. On June 8, Arthur became extra tropical and went towards Ireland. on June 10, Arthur dissipated and its remnants struck England on June 11. Arthur didn't do too much damage during its path and only 1 death was caused.
The National Hurricane Center has spotted a tropical low off the coast of Florida. The tropical low intensified into Invest 92L were it affected Bermuda. 92L became Tropical Depression Two on June 18. Two then went to more warm waters where it intensified into Tropical Storm Bertha on June 20. The National Hurricane Center began monitoring Bertha to make a direct hit towards Africa. But Bertha instead went over more water and slowly dissipated. On June 23, Bertha became extra tropical and on June 24, Bertha dissipated. Bertha caused $2.1 million of damages and caused 3 deaths during Bertha.
The National Hurricane Center has monitored a tropical low off the coast of Africa. The low became Tropical Depression Three. Three then intensified really fast into Tropical Storm Cristobal. Cristobal then began to gain strength over the warm Atlantic waters. On June 31, Cristobal got Category 4 hurricane strength and began to hurl towards Puerto Rico. Cristobal made landfall on July 2 in Puerto Rico. Cristobal then started to weaken over more waters of the Atlantic. On July 6, Cristobal became extra tropical and on July 9, Cristobal dissipated near Newfoundland. Cristobal caused $15 billion of damage and 198 fatalities during Cristobal's awake.
A low pressure was found near Africa. The low then became Tropical Depression Four. Four intensified into Tropical Storm Dolly on July 16. Dolly then went into low wind shear and intensified into a Category 1 hurricane. Dolly then went into more low wind shear and strengthened into a Category 4 hurricane just near Florida. Dolly then absorbed Edouard. Dolly then struck the Carolina's on July 20. Dolly then dissipated on July 26 off the coast of Maine. Dolly caused $26 billion of damages and 1,062 fatalities.
The National Hurricane Center found another low pressure during Dolly. The low pressure then became Tropical Depression Five. Five then went towards Florida and on July 18, Five became Tropical Storm Edouard. Edouard then went towards Florida. Unfortunately, Edouard was absorbed by Dolly. No damages and fatalities we're caused by Edouard.
The National Hurricane Center has monitored a low pressure off the coast of Puerto Rico. On July 31, The low became Tropical Depression Six. just hours after Six formed, Six became Tropical Storm Fay. Fay then began to strike Florida as a strong Tropical Storm. Fay then began intensifying into a Category 1 hurricane. Hours after Fay became a Category 1 hurricane, it explosively intensified to become a Category 5 that was hurling towards New Orleans. Fay weakened a bit and on August 4, Fay struck New Orleans as a Category 4 hurricane. Fay caused major flooding and damage. Fay then dissipated on August 6. Fay caused $145 Billion dollars of damages and 1,928 fatalities.
During Fay, the National Hurricane Center has spotted a low pressure near the coast of the Caribbean. The low has formed into Invest 93L with a 50% chance of forming. 93L went into low wind shears and warm waters and it formed into Tropical Depression Seven. Seven then moved to warmer waters where it intensified into Tropical Storm Gibzaki. Gibzaki then strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane. Gibzaki on August 7 became a Category 3 hurricane. Gibzaki then went over more waters. The National Hurricane Center began predicting the path of Gibzaki. They predicted it will hit Ireland as a Tropical Storm. Gibzaki became extra tropical on August 10. Gibzaki struck Ireland as Tropical Storm. Gibzaki dissipated on August 17. Gibzaki caused $34 million of damages and 27 fatalities.
During Gibzaki, a tropical low has been spotted by the National Hurricane Center. The National Hurricane Center has predicted it to head towards Florida. The low has strengthened into Tropical Depression Eight. Eight went to low wind shears and intensified into Tropical Storm Hanna, Hanna then began to strengthen over the warm Atlantic waters and hours after being a Tropical Storm, Hanna gained hurricane strength on August 10. On August 12, Hanna got its peak intensity at 200 mph winds near the Caribbean. Hanna hurled towards the Caribbean and on August 13, Hanna struck the Caribbean with winds up to 200 mph. Hanna then began to go straight towards Cuba. Hanna weakened a bit after slamming the Caribbean. Hanna then went to Cuba with 195 mph winds on August 16. On August 20, Hanna went to the Gulf of Mexico and turned towards Tampa. On August 21, Hanna struck Tampa with 190 mph winds. Hanna then struck Georgia as a Category 1 over Georgia. Hanna dissipated on August 24 near Virginia. Hanna caused over $324 Billion dollars of damages and 8,973 fatalities.
During Hanna's path of destruction, a tropical low has been found off the west coast of Florida on August 19, On August 20, the low became Tropical Depression Nine. Nine intensified really fast and after 1 hour after Nine was formed, Tropical Storm Isaias was formed. Isaias gained hurricane strength on August 22, and began to hurl towards Texas. Isaias made landfall on August 24 at Texas and caused minor damage and flooding. On August 25, Isaias dissipated over Texas. Isaias caused $7 million of damages and 3 fatalities
A west moving tropical low formed 200 miles off the coast of Africa. On August 29, the tropical low has entered the warm Atlantic waters and strengthened into Tropical Storm Josephine near the Caribbean. Early August 30, Josephine gained hurricane strength after passing the Caribbean. Hours after, Josephine gained Category 5 Hurricane Strength near South America on an afternoon on August 31. Mexico had issued hurricane warnings for the Yucatán Peninsula. On September 1. Josephine made landfall on the Yucatán Peninsula, causing major flooding and landslides. On an early morning of September 2, Florida issued hurricane watches for Pensacola. Josephine moved northward at about 10 mph. On an afternoon at September 4, Josephine made landfall at Pensacola, Florida with winds about 140 mph. On a late night on September 5, Josephine dissipated over Alabama. Josephine caused $67 billion of damages and 1,032 fatalities during Josephine's wrath.
A north-west moving tropical low formed off the coast of Florida during Josephine destroying the Yucatán. The low went into low wind shears and on dawn of August 30, The low formed into Tropical Depression Ten. Ten moved westward at 15 mph. Ten at 12:43 A.M on August 30, formed into Tropical Storm Kyle. The National Hurricane Center had predicted the path of Kyle to move towards Maine. On September 1 at 1:34 P.M, Kyle attained hurricane status, moving north-west at 10 mph. On September 3, Kyle became extratropical near Nova Scotia. On September 4 at 5:54 P.M, Kyle dissipated near Newfoundland. Kyle didn't do any damage and caused 0 fatalities.
Category 4 hurricane (SSHWS)
August 31 – September 5
150 mph (240 km/h) (1-min)
A series of disturbed weather was founded near Nassau, Bahamas about 12:43 on August 31. The weather went over Nassau at 1:32 on August 31 and went on to form into Tropical Depression Eleven only hours after passing Nassau. Eleven went into lower wind shears and formed into Tropical Storm Laura on an early morning of September 1. Laura moved east towards Palm Beach and Miami. The National Hurricane Center has issued tropical storm warnings for Miami and Palm Beach county. On an afternoon of September 2, Laura crossed through Florida and went northwestward. On September 3, Laura intensified into a Category 1 hurricane. At midnight of September 3, Laura made it to Category 4 status. Texas had issued hurricane watches for the county of Nueces. On September 4 at dawn, Laura made landfall at Corpus Christi. Laura then dissipated on an afternoon of September 5.
Laura caused over 458,653 evacuations from Florida and Texas. $198 Billion dollars of damages and 843 fatalities were caused during Laura.
A tropical low moving westward off the west coast of Florida moving at 10 mph. The low intensified into Invest 94L with a 60% chance of forming into a Tropical Depression. 94L on September 8 had formed into Tropical Storm Marco moving southwestward at 10 mph. Marco had intensified into a hurricane on the crack of dawn of September 9. Mexico had issued hurricane watches for Veracruz. On September 10, the watches were upgraded to warnings on September 10. On an afternoon of September 11, Marco made landfall as a Category 2 hurricane with winds at 105 mph. Marco then decreased very quickly and on September 13, Marco dissipated over Oaxaca, Mexico. Marco caused $3 billion of damages and 33 fatalities. Marco also caused minor damages to houses, but all of the damages were from flooding. The flooding was so severe, flash flood warnings were issued 1 minute during the hurricane. Marco had 73.21 inches of rain with a 18-foot storm surge. Marco was a heartbreaking memory for Veracruz. To this day, Veracruz is still recovering from Marco's devastating flooding and surge.
A area of disturbed weather was formed in the Caribbean Sea near Panama. The weather organized into Tropical Depression Twelve on 11:32 A.M on September 9. Twelve moved northward towards Cuba and before it reached Cuba, Twelve intensified into Tropical Storm Nana on the same day on 1:43 P.M. Tropical storm warnings had been issued for Cuba and Tropical storm watches had been issued for Florida. On 3:43 P.M on September 10, Nana turned into the Gulf of Mexico and intensified into hurricane status. On September 11 at 4:56 P.M, Nana strengthened into a Major Category 4 hurricane moving westward towards Florida at 20 mph, Hurricane watches has been issued for Lee county and Collier county. The watches had turned into warnings on September 13 at 5:12 A.M.It Briefly Was A Category 5 Before Making Landfall Making It The Fifth Category Five Landfall in the US Ever.