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Hurricanes: A NEW and Wondrous Event - Children Just Didn't know What Hurricanes Were Before Now
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AlleyCat
2018-09-12 02:08:07 UTC
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Something old, ain't always something new.

I wonder what the CO² levels were in 1500. After all, we ALL know that
400ppm of atmospheric CO², is the ONLY variable that causes hurricanes.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Atlantic_hurricanes_before_1600

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Atlantic_hurricanes_before_1600#Pre-
1500

So... ALL of these hurricanes were weaker than they are now? Riiiiiight.

These are just those "reported".

Year: Date: Location:

~1330 BC unknown Nicaragua
~250 BC unknown Belize
~465 unknown Belize
~765 unknown Belize
~795 unknown Belize
~830 unknown Alabama
~885 unknown Belize
~1050 unknown Belize
~1140 unknown Alabama
~1250 unknown Belize
~1350±55 unknown New England
~1310 unknown Belize
~1330 unknown Belize
~1430±20 unknown New England
~1465 unknown Belize
1494 Late ~24 September [O.S. Mid- ~15 September] Hispaniola
1495 late October Hispaniola
~1500 unknown Belize, Leeward Antilles?
1500 late July Bahamas
1502 10 July [O.S. 30 June][18] offshore Dominican Republic,
Hispaniola
1504 unknown north coast of Colombia
1508 12?14 August [O.S. 2?4 August] Hispaniola
1508 26 August [O.S. 16 August] Puerto Rico
1509 8 August [O.S. 29 July] Hispaniola
1511 August 3 Panama
1514 unknown Puerto Rico
1515 July Puerto Rico
~1515 unknown Belize
1519 unknown near Jamaica, Cuba
1520 unknown Hispaniola
1523 unknown Florida West Coast
1525 late October Western Cuba
1525 unknown Honduras
1526 June North Carolina
1526 14?15 October [O.S. 4?5 October] Puerto Rico, Eastern
Hispaniola
1527 circa 30?31 October [O.S. 20?21 October] Western Cuba
1527 November upper Texas coast
1527 unknown Eastern Hispaniola
1528 23 or 30 June [O.S. 13 or 20 June] Aruba
1528 2 October [O.S. 22 September] Apalachee Bay, Florida
1528 unknown Hispaniola
1529 28?29 July Puerto Rico
~1530 unknown Belize
1530 5 August [O.S. 26 July] Puerto Rico
1530 1 September [O.S. 22 August] Puerto Rico
1530 10 September [O.S. 31 August] Puerto Rico
1533 31 October-2 November [O.S. 21?23 October] Leeward
Islands
1533 unknown Puerto Rico
1537 July or August Puerto Rico
1537 unknown northwest Cuba
1541 25 December Venezuela
1545 20 August [O.S. 10 August] Dominican Republic
1545 17?18 September [O.S. 7?8 September] Puerto Rico,
Hispaniola
1545 unknown Mexico
1545 unknown Cuba
1546 3 September [O.S. 24 August] Puerto Rico
1549 unknown Hispaniola
1550 unknown off Florida Keys
circa 1551 unknown Florida
1551 unknown Cuba
1551 unknown Gulf of Honduras
1552 28?29 August Dominican Republic
1552 2?4 September Mexico
1552 3?6 September Florida
1553 22 September [O.S. 12 September] Hispaniola
circa 1553 unknown Florida West Coast
1553 unknown Texas
1554 April or May (?) offshore South Texas
1554 June (?) Gulf of Mexico
1554 August or September Bahamas
1554 August to October Mona Passage
1554 14 November [O.S. 4 November] Cuba
circa 1554 unknown Bermuda
1555 unknown Bahama Channel
1557 27 October [O.S. 17 October] Havana and Matanzas, Cuba
1559 29 August [O.S. 20 August] near Pensacola Florida/Mobile
Alabama
1561 24 June [O.S. 14 June] North Carolina
1563 unknown near Cape Canaveral, Florida
1563 August to October Atlantic Ocean
circa 1564 unknown possibly North Carolina
1565 31 July?2 August [O.S. 21?23 July] Atlantic Ocean
1565 22 September [O.S. 12 September] Florida east coast
1566 13?14 September [O.S. 3?4 September] Florida
1566 24?26 September [O.S. 14?16 September] Florida
1567 unknown Near Dominica
1568 22 August [O.S. 12 August] Yucatán Channel
1568 3 September [O.S. 24 August] Puerto Rico
1568 7 September [O.S. 28 August] Florida
1569 September Bahamas
1570 during or after September Atlantic Ocean
1571 ~September/October Florida
1571 18?21 October Cuba, Jamaica
1571 unknown Florida Coast
1573 August Atlantic Ocean
1574 ~ 27 August Gulf of Mexico and Mexico
1575 1 October [O.S. 21 September] Puerto Rico
1576 unknown Hispaniola
1577 probably August or September Cuba and Jamaica
1578 unknown Hispaniola
1578 October Cuba and Jamaica
1579 circa August Caribbean
1579 13 September Bermuda
1579 26 September Bermuda
1579 unknown Atlantic Ocean
1579 unknown Jamaica
1583 19 August [O.S. 9 August] Hispaniola
1583 mid-September [O.S. early September] Hispaniola
1586 23?26 June [O.S. 13?16 June] Roanoke Island
1586 unknown Old Bahama Channel
1587 31 August [O.S. 21 August] Roanoke Island
1588 20 September [O.S. 10 September] Havana, Cuba
1588 4?6 November Colombia
1589 7 August Leeward Islands
1589 ~9 September Old Bahama Channel
1589 unknown Old Bahama Channel
1589 unknown Florida
1589 unknown Florida East Coast
1590 early November Gulf of Mexico
1591 10 August Atlantic Ocean
1591 13?14 August Atlantic Ocean
1591 26 August [O.S. 16 August] Roanoke Island
1591 ~30?31 August Atlantic Ocean
1591 end August/early September off Azores
1591 6 September Azores
1591 21 September Puerto Rico
1591 24 September Cuba
1591 September Florida
1591 unknown coastal Florida
1591 unknown at sea
1593 ~25 July [O.S. ~15 July] Puerto Rico
1594 unknown Caribbean
1594 unknown Hispaniola
1594 unknown Cuba
1595 29?30 August Cuba
1597 ~September?November Jamaica
1599 ~June/July Bahamas
1599 22 September Florida

Pre 1500

~1330 BC unknown Nicaragua
~250 BC unknown Belize
~465 unknown Belize
~765 unknown Belize
~795 unknown Belize
~830 unknown Alabama
~885 unknown Belize
~1050 unknown Belize
~1140 unknown Alabama
~1250 unknown Belize
~1350±55 unknown New England
~1310 unknown Belize
~1330 unknown Belize
~1430±20 unknown New England
~1465 unknown Belize
1494 Late ~24 September [O.S. Mid- ~15 September] Hispaniola
1495 late October Hispaniola
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Bret Cahill
2018-09-12 04:46:41 UTC
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Eber one didn't evacuate. Some hiding under Mommy's porch waitin' for 8 m surf:

https://www.surfline.com/surf-report/cape-hatteras-lighthouse/5842041f4e65fad6a7708a38
JTEM is right
2018-09-12 13:59:24 UTC
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Post by AlleyCat
Something old, ain't always something new.
In all seriousness, last night, sitting on the couch,
my room mate was online and I wish I had thought to
ask him what he was reading but, he suddenly blurts
out that Florence will be the first Cat 4 hurricane
"In history" to strike this far north. I knew right
away that was wrong, that a Cat 5 had reached New
England back in the 30s but "Global Warming" needs
unprecedented climate events, even if none exist.







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Byker
2018-09-12 16:29:23 UTC
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a Cat 5 had reached New England back in the 30s
Try Cat 3: "The hurricane made landfall at Bellport on Long Island's Suffolk
County sometime between 2:10 pm and 2:40 pm as a Category 3 hurricane, with
sustained winds of 120 mph. It made a second landfall as a Category 3
hurricane somewhere between Bridgeport and New Haven, Connecticut at around
4:00 pm, with sustained winds of 115 mph."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1938_New_England_hurricane

https://www.weather.gov/okx/1938HurricaneHome
JTEM is right
2018-09-12 22:36:24 UTC
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It killed up to 800 people and caused over
$300 million in damages BACK IN 1938!






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george152
2018-09-13 20:21:25 UTC
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Post by JTEM is right
It killed up to 800 people and caused over
$300 million in damages BACK IN 1938!
waether wethere wrether
Oh dear, must be a bad spell of weather...


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gordo
2018-09-14 17:19:34 UTC
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Post by george152
Post by JTEM is right
It killed up to 800 people and caused over
$300 million in damages BACK IN 1938!
waether wethere wrether
Oh dear, must be a bad spell of weather...
Yes wether does not have an e at the end. The definition of wether is
a Trump supporter eg. a castrated sheep.
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george152
2018-09-14 20:20:07 UTC
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Post by gordo
Post by george152
Post by JTEM is right
It killed up to 800 people and caused over
$300 million in damages BACK IN 1938!
waether wethere wrether
Oh dear, must be a bad spell of weather...
Yes wether does not have an e at the end. The definition of wether is
a Trump supporter eg. a castrated sheep.
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Only ewe could go on about a lack of formal dances
AlleyCat
2018-09-15 03:12:45 UTC
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On Fri, 14 Sep 2018 11:19:34 -0600, gordo says...
Post by gordo
Post by george152
waether wethere wrether
Oh dear, must be a bad spell of weather...
Yes wether does not have an e at the end. The definition of wether is
a Trump supporter eg. a castrated sheep.
Better feel again, shut-in.

HERE'S your castrated lemming.



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Catoni
2018-09-14 01:12:06 UTC
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What about “Hazel” back in 1954 ? ? It even made it up to Toronto, Canada. Killing people up there, after it finished with the east U.S.
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