Global warming has been a huge disaster

    • Re: Global warming has been a huge disaster

      Floods, droughts, tornadoes, hot and cold weather are all normal and have been happening since the beginning of time. You are probably amazed that a city built in a flood plain at a river delta might flood sometimes.

      The fact remains that humans are thriving more than we ever have in all of history. Global warming made that possible. I guess you think an ice age would be better for us.
    • Re: Global warming has been a huge disaster

      nuke wrote:


      Floods, droughts, tornadoes, hot and cold weather are all normal and have been happening since the beginning of time. You are probably amazed that a city built in a flood plain at a river delta might flood sometimes.


      We're talking about EXTREME floods, EXTREME droughts, EXTREME tornadoes and EXTREME heat - and not just in the USA, although the USA has experienced ALL of these epic weather events in 2011 alone. But these weather events are also affecting many other countries in all parts of the world. We're not just talking about a single, moderate flood at some river delta somewhere.

      nuke wrote:

      The fact remains that humans are thriving more than we ever have in all of history. Global warming made that possible.


      Bullshit.

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    • beet1e wrote:

      We're talking about EXTREME floods, EXTREME droughts, EXTREME tornadoes and EXTREME heat - and not just in the USA, although the USA has experienced ALL of these epic weather events in 2011 alone. But these weather events are also affecting many other countries in all parts of the world. We're not just talking about a single, moderate flood at some river delta somewhere.


      And then along came Harvey...


      :rotflmao
    • To blame Harvey on MMGW shows your ignorance.







      The Deadliest Atlantic Tropical Cyclones, 1492-1996
      Contents[*]Introduction
      [*]Tropical Cyclone Terminology
      [*]Casualty Information
      [*]Storm Lists and Statistics
      [*]Conclusions
      [*]Acknowledgements and References
      [*]Appendix 1: Cyclones with 25+ deaths

      [*]Appendix 2: Cyclones that may have 25+ deaths

      [*]Notes to the Appendices
      [*]References to the Appendices
      [/list]Appendix 2: Cyclones that may have 25+ deathsAtlantic tropical cyclones that may have caused at least 25 deaths. Lower case footnotes refer to supplementary information in Notes to Appendices. Upper case footnotes indicate sources listed in References to Appendices.Areas of Greatest LossDates
      260. West Indies1495"When the hurricane reached the harbor, it whirled the ships round as they lay at anchor, snapped their cables, and sank three of them with all who were on board."CD
      261. BahamasJul 1500two caravels with all their crews "swallowed up" in a stormM,BO
      262. Honduras16 Sep 1502"a boat sent to the shore was, in returning, swallowed up by a sudden swelling of the sea, with all on board..."BO,c
      263. DR12-14 Aug 1508"...many men were lost in this city and in the greater part of this island..."M; "destroying...the entire population of Buenaventura" (on 3 August [Julian calendar?])AD
      264. Puerto RicoJul 1515"death of many Indians"J,I
      265. Near Jamaica151918 men from caravel survived a "hurricane"CD
      266. FL west coast1523"Two ships and their crews were lost."CN
      267. NCJun 1526"...Spanish brigatine was lost off Wilmington, North Carolina..."AV
      268. Puerto Rico31 Aug 1530"Uncounted number of deaths by drowning."AY
      269. Puerto Rico1533"So many slaves were killed in the destruction of the twenty-sixth of July, August 23 and August 31..."CN
      270. Puerto Rico1537"many slaves were drowned"M,J,I,c,z
      271. NW Cuba15372 ships lostBD,c,z
      272. DR20 Aug 1545killed "many", "large number of" peopleM,AD,z
      273. Mexico1545loss of life from vessel wrecked in "norther"BD,c,z
      274. Off FL Keys1550Spanish nao (ship) Vitacion, 200 tons, "lost during a hurricane"BP, near HavanaCQ.
      275. Gulf of HON1551"ship with many persons...all drowned"M
      276. Texas155316 ships of the New Spain Flota were "struck by a hurricane" and not again "ever heard from."BD,z,bf
      277. CubaNov 1554"...the admiral's ship was sunk..."; a small caravel sank with all but two people drowningM,z
      278. Mona Passage1554Spanish nao wrecked during hurricaneBE,c,z
      279. Ofshore S Texas1554"three ships from the New Spain fleet, the Santa Maria de Yciar, Espiritu Santo, and the San Esteban, were lost in a storm off what would later become Padre Island, Texas. A few survivors managed to escape in a small boat."CL,c,z
      280. Bermudaaround 1554"of the ohter ships that had sailed with them (the San Miguel), weeks before, the leading ship from Veracruz sank in that hurricane that caught up with them in Bermuda. Twenty-five survived..."CN,z
      281. Bahama Channel1555The Capitana of New Spain fleet lost in stormCQ,c
      282. Off FL19 Sep 1559"great loss of life...by a tempest from the north"BD,z; "great loss (less than 1,500) of seamen, passengers"CH
      283. Off NW FL15596 Spanish ships lost "in a hurricane"BP,z
      284. AtlanticAug-Oct 1563five vessels missing at latitude of BermudaCQ
      285. NC (?)1564?"...none of the people survived..." from a wreck on the coastAV
      286. FL E coast22 Sep 1565"...surely (several French vessels) must have been lost."M "In a severe storm, most of the French vessels were lost at sea"BP on unknown date, but apparently in same storm. 529 surviving soldiers and sailors accounted for from original 600.CH
      287. Off Dominica1567"six ships, carrying 3 million pesos, were wrecked in a storm off Dominica. The island's natives killed all the survivors..."CL
      288. AtlanticSep-Jan 1570-1loss of 4 ships in storm between Veracruz and SpainCQ,c
      289. FL coast1571San Ignacio, 300 tons, and Santa Maria de la Limpia Concepcion, 340 tons "lost on the Florida coast during a storm....only a few survivors."BP,c
      290. Gulf MX, MX15744 ships sank in a "bad storm". 5 perished from one of the vessels; loss on others unknown. Ships were part of New Spain Flota that left Spain on 29 June.BD Two of the ships may have been the Sanct'Ana (300 tons) and the Santa Maria de Begonia (650 tons)CQ. Chaunu and Chaunu (1955) note a violent hurricane on 27 Augustbg between Jamaica and Cuba.
      291. AtlanticAug-Nov 1579storm sank Spanish Armada's 600 ton AlmiranteCQ,c
      292. Bahama Channel1586Loss of two 120-ton Spanish navios attributed to hurricane.BE Six or seven others lost, including the San Juan, 120 tons.BP
      293. FL E coast1589A ship of the fleet commanded by Perez de Olesbal wrecked. "Forty of her crew were rescued."BP,z
      294. BAH Channelnear 9 Sep 15894 ships "struck by a hurricane" sunk in Bahama ChannelBD,z; two were the Santa Catalina and the Jesus MariaBP (350 and 400 tons, respectively) CQ
      295. BAH ChannelSep 1589Four-day storm, "On the first day alone a total of ten naos were swallowed by the sea."BE,z
      296. Atlanticnear end Aug 159122 vessels perishedJ,AG,AJ,z. Chaunu and Chaunu (1955) list 20 ships lost in storm(s) returning from Bermuda after 24 August (mainly 1-10 Sept.). The list includes crews totals of 387 for 5 of the ships. Uncertain how many of them and others were lost to storm(s).bg
      297. Off Azoresend Aug 1591"Over a hundred ships, galleons and merchant ships...were wrecked, their crews drowned, their riches lost."CD,CN,z
      298. Coastal FL1591Encountering storms, "29 ships were lost, many on Florida's coast"BP,z
      299. Atlanticmid Aug 1591five or six of a group's largest ships and all their crews were lostJ,AJ,z
      300. At sea1591Spanish nao lost in Atlantic or Caribbean SeaBE,c,z
      301. At sea1594ship lost in Caribbean SeaM
      302. HAI, DR, CU1605"loss of three ships"; "...some men escaped..."M
      303. Cumana (VEN)1605"four galleons" lost near Santa MargaritaM,h
      304. Near Bahamas4 Aug 1609one ship sankL,z
      305. Offshore MX30 Aug 1615San Miguel (400 tons)CQ sunk in storm. "Nothing was saved, not even the crew or passengers."BD
      306. Puerto Rico12 Sep 1615"algunas Muertes" (some deaths)I
      307. BAH Channel1622loss of 2 Spanish naos attributed to hurricaneBE,z
      308. Offshore FL1622Spanish nao Santa Ana Maria, 180 tons, "lost during a storm off the Florida coast"BP,z
      309. Off S PROct 16382 British ships lost; two known survivorsBE
      310. Western Cuba11 Sep 164036 vessels affected; 4 thrown on shore; "...nearly all the sailors drowned, excepting 260 that were saved..."M
      311. Hisp. to FL24 Sep 16418 ships lost and "many people perished"M; many ships lost in the Bahama Channel, and no survivors from 4 wrecked ships, with some survivors on a fifth ship along NE Florida coastBD
      312. Lesser Ant.Sep 1642men in 22 ships drownedM
      313. St. Kitts1650"...28 ships were thrown on the roadstead of St. Christopher, the sailors drowned..."M; "During two different hurricanes a total of twenty-eight merchantmen, a great number of lives...lost."BD
      314. Leeward Is.23-24 Sep 16523 ships and crew missingM
      315. BAR, STV13 Jul 16531 ship and crew lost; at St. Vincent, "death of many savages"M
      316. Guadeloupe1656"Every vessel at anchor in the roads was wrecked and most of their crews drowned."J,Y,AG,AJ
      317. Off Bahamas1657"two of the salvage vessels...were sunk in a storm off Gorda Cay." CL or CM
      318. Antigua1666"During a hurricane 2 unidentified English warships were lost in English Harbor with a great loss of lives."BD,z
      319. Virginia6 Sep 1667"burying in the ruins much goods and many people"AV; many people lost their lives..."L
      320. AtlanticBefore 23 Sep 1669"Yesterday (26-30 Sep 1669) came in a Veffel from Rochel, telling us of a Report in that place that feveral New-found-land fhips have been lately cast away by ftorm."CE,z
      321. St. KittsBefore 9 Dec 1669"...terrible Hurricane neer St. Christophers, by which 25 of our Merchant fhips and others have been cast away." Possibly related to 19 Dec 1670 (Julian date) report of "violent" hurricane for around eight hours at St Christophers "...about the end of September last."CE,z
      322. Offshore PR1673warship wrecked, "Most of the (500) pirates made it ashore to Puerto Rico..." BD,c
      323. Martinique3 Aug 1680"During a violent hurricane...over twenty large French ships and two English ships were totally lost in Cul-de-Sac Bay and the loss of life was great."BD
      324. DR15 Aug 1680"submerged...many vessels...(including) twenty-five ships of France...causing the death of most"M; several Spanish ships lost as well.BD
      325. W Carib. Sea1681"loss of lives...considerable" from several shipsM
      326. Nevis1689"A dreadful mortality swept away one-half of the inhabitants of Nevis."J,AG
      327. FL Keys4 Oct 1695offshore loss of 933 ton warshipM,z
      328. NW Cuba1696"An unidentified navio was wrecked at Playa de Sabarimar, 7 leagues east of Havana, in 35 feet of water, during a storm..."BD,c
      329. Virginia, MD18 Oct 1703"several (vessels) driven to sea, and no more heard of."AV,L
      330. Havana (CU)17054 men of war, "with most of their crews, were lost"M,BD
      331. US E coast6 Nov 170614 ships foundered and "others were given up for lost."AV,L
      332. Jamaica1712"New colonists and old pirates and seamen were drowned in hurricane waves and river floods. Many others were killed in the wreckage of English houses built of flimsy boards."CN,z
      333. Near Havana (Cu)1712"drowned men"CN,z
      334. Florida Keyslate Jun 1714"many of his ships...sank...and many men got somehow to land....many men and women floated dead."CN,bg
      335. CubaSep 1714frigate San Juan lostM,AP
      336. Louisiana12-13 Sep 1722"During a hurricane...a large number of unidentified ships were sunk at and near New Orleans."BD,z
      337. Jamaica2 Nov 1726"Many lives lost with at least 18 at sea."AR
      338. NC13 Aug 1728All of crew lost from ship sunk off Okracoke IslandAV; "only a few survivors" --no dateBD; "Many ships were lost, one as far north as few miles off Ocracoke." CF
      339. Jamaica1 Sep 1730ship of war (carrying ex-President of Panama) lostM,z
      340. Caribbean Sea1730Nuestra Senora del Carmen "went down in a hurricane south of Jamaica" CL,z
      341. W'ward Pass.1731Most men on ship Bridget and Kitty perished. May be related to one death on Dolphin upset in 24 June squall.M
      342. Lesser Ant.10-11 Jul 1733crews of multiple ships lost; other losses on landM,AP,z; "a total loss of lives" from one ship at St. KittsBD
      343. DR9 Sep 1737"carried away...negroes...into the sea"AG,AJ; "feveral Perfons were drown'd" near Fort St. LouisCJ
      344. STK, MONOct 1737"During an October hurricane an English merchantman...was sunk at Basseterre and only one of the crew survived."BD "Capt. Sutton's ship was lost, with the Crew except one Man...At Montserrat the Storm...carryed away...Negroes...into the sea"CJ
      345. Puerto Rico11-12 Sep 17402 ships of war lostM
      346. VI, PR27-28 Oct 17422 ships lostM
      347. Jamaica20 Oct 1743"...a great number of marines were drowned."AG
      348. Carib. Sea174613 of 21 ships on way from Brazil to Lisbon "disappeared without a trace" in a hurricane.BD
      349. C Atlantic26 Sep 1747"The Fleet from Barbadoes, &c. on the 15th Ult. (Julian date) met with a violent Storm in Latitude 39 North, in which the Lyme Man of War of 20 Guns Overfet, and all the Crew except four Perifh'd....The Homer, Gardiner, from Barbadoes for Leverpool, and a ship for Falmouth, Founder'd at the fame Time, and only One Man from on board the Latter was faved." BN,c
      350. Gulf of HON29 Sep 1749"The Centaur, Snow, from the Bay of Honduras for Leghorn, met with a violent Hurricane foon after he left the Bay, in which he loft all the Mafts and Sails, and put into Carolina to Refit the 3d of November. Capt. Cullam, of the Arthur, writes from the Bay on the 18th Sept. (Julian Calendar date) that the fame Storm put moft of the Veffels afshore at the Bay, but he rode it out without Damage, and that feveral Veffels for Europe & North America, fail'd from thence with Capt. Snow, who 'tis fear'd have met with the like or worfe Misfortune.BN
      351. MA, NC8 Oct 1749"During a hurricane...seven unidentified ships were wrecked on Martha's Vineyard and many lives were lost." Two merchantmen wrecked north of Ocracoke. The John & Jane "foundered 9 leagues seaward of the Cape Fear bar."BD
      352. Offshore NC17-18 Aug 17504 Spanish vessels wrecked off Outer BanksAV,BD,CL. No lives lost from the Nuestra de Solidad, with unknown losses from the El Salvador and two unidentified ships.CI
      353. St. Kitts24 Jul 1751"During a violent gale" the Friendship was wrecked and none of the crew survived. BD Vessel identified as a brig; storm apparently also felt off Havana. BN
      354. Cuba26 Sep 1752"During a hurricane...sixteen unidentified ships were lost near Havana."BD The Speedwel "fuppos'd" to have been lost.BN
      355. Off Florida22 Oct 1752Ships lost in "Hurricane": Alexander, Lancafter, Dolphin, Q. Anne, May, Rhode Island, Stratia, a Spanish schooner, three other vesselsBN. Ships missing: Mary and Prifcilla, Pompey, Phillis (7 drowned), Three Friends, Kingfton, Ruby, Bofton, a schooner, a ship, and a Spanish Man of WarBN; 12 ships lost in "Gulf of Florida"BD; Also affected North Carolina.BN
      356. TX, Gulf MX4 Sep 1766During a "hurricane", 5 ships wrecked on Galveston Island, and a "...majority of the treasure and persons on these ships were saved."BD One merchantman vessel from the Spain Flota possibly lost in the Gulf of Mexico in storm alternately indicated as on the 1st-4th, or in the middle of September.BN
      357. Guadeloupe6 Oct 1766"...twelve inbound slave ships from Africa (to Isle de Saints) were also totally lost."BD
      358. NW FL23 Oct 1766"...all the Crew drowned except three" in the brig Wetherill during "a moft terrible Hurricane"BN
      359. Coastal NC21 Sep 1767"number" of vessels lost in "violent storm"BN
      360. Coastal NC5-6 Sep 1769"The Neptune, Watts, from N. Carolina to London, failed on the 4th of September laft being the day before the violent ftorm on that coaft, and its thought that all perifh'd."BN "...one entire street of houses was washed away, along with several residents."CG
      361. DOM, STK30 Aug 1772"causando muertes" (causing deaths); "matando gran numero de personas" (killing great number of persons)I,z,av
      362. Louisiana2 Sep 1772El Principe de Orange "was struck by a hurricane...and wrecked at the entrance of the Mississippi River, where she quickly went to pieces, only six survivors."BD
      363. Caribbean Sea31 Jul 1775English merchantman Gill, sailing from St. Eustatius to St. Vincent Island, sank during a "hurricane"BD,BN
      364. Caicos Island2 Nov 1775"During a hurricane...at least eleven merchantmen and several English warships were lost in the Windward Passage near the Caicos Islands."BD
      365. Off FloridaJun 1777Spanish man-of-war foundered in "hurricane....all hands lost."BP
      366. C Atlantic10 Sep 1777"The Ariadne, Ruffel, from Dominica to London, foundered at Sea in a Gale of Wind on the 10 Ult. the Crew and Paffengers were faved. Five others of the Fleet were miffing next Morning." BN,c
      367. Cuba28-31 Oct 1778"greatest loss of human lives by drowning"M
      368. Louisiana18 Aug 1779All but one of a fleet of Spanish warships sunk by a hurricane.BD "Slaves were drowned in ditches."CN
      369. Martinique28 Aug 1779"many lives lost"BD,z
      370. US coastBefore 8 Oct 1779"The Mary, Pippard, from St. Kitts to New-York, was overfet in a Whirlwind, a few Leagues from Sandy-Hook, the vessel and Cargo entirely lost. Alfo at the fame Time was loft, a Brig with Rum, for Antigua."BN,z
      371. AtlanticBefore 3 Dec 1779brig lost in galeBN,c,z
      372. Puerto Rico13 Jun 1780"hurricane...caused deaths and losses in Puerto Rico"CN
      373. Jamaica1 Aug 1781"A powerful hurricane drove not less than 120 vessels ashore and destroyed a large number. Amongst the 120 were 30 British men of war. Many lives were lost on these ships...and more than twenty bodies were recovered." More losses on shore.AR,z
      374. Atlantic29 Oct 1781"The Peach and Plenty, ______, from Cork to the West Indies, overfet in a hard Gale of Wind the 29th of October, and all the Crew perifhed, except one..."BN,c,z
      375. Atlantic (?)Aug-Sep 1782"The Corfaire, St. Juan Nepomuzeno, Capt. Gallardo, failed from St. Andero for the Havannah 15th August, and foundered in a violent Storm the fame Day in Sight of the Port; the Crew and Paffengers all drowned."BN,c,z
      376. AtlanticOct-Nov 1782ship foundered in passage from Haiti to EuropeBN,c,z
      377. US E coast19 Sep 1783"The Mercury, Herpin, from Dunkirk to Philadelphia, was lost in a furious Gale of Wind the Night of 19th September laft on Cape May; the Captain, Mate, and all the Crew, except feven Men, drowned."BN,z Lloyd's List has nearby ship losses on 19 September and 11 October.
      378. DelawareFall 1783"During a gale in the fall, nine large unidentified ships were wrecked at Cape Henlopen and many lives were lost."AD,c,z
      379. US E coastFall 1783"The John and Nelly, Bailey, from New-York to Charleston, left New-York the 22d of Sept. and is fupposed to have foundered in the feveral Gales of Wind that happened on the Coaft the beginning of October, as fhe has not since been heard of."BN,c,z
      380. Jamaica30-31 Jul 1784"many" and/or "numerous" lives lostM,Y,AJ,AR,z; 2 drowned from the Hanover Planter, half crew lost from the Industry, and "most of people perished from two unnamed vessels".BN
      381. Curacao1784"During a hurricane that struck at Curacao Island, several large ships were wrecked in the main harbor and others forced to sea, where they were lost without a trace."BD,z
      382. Cayman Is.1785"...many lives were lost."AT,z
      383. Barbados2-3 Sep 1786many persons were killed in the ruins of their own housesM,AJ
      384. Jamaica20 Oct 17867 deaths plus "A fmall fhallop, wrecked off Gun Key; every foul perifhed" and all but 1 lost from a plantain boatAO
      385. Coastal NC10 Apr 1789"In the Albermarle Sound area there was on this date 'a very violent gale of wind, with an amazing rise of tide, supposed to be about 9 feet above common high water mark.' A number of ships...were lost along the Outer Banks; at least two of these wrecks resulted in the death of the entire crew."CF,c
      386. Lesser Ant.1-2 Aug 1792"many" lives lost in St. Kitts and AntiguaJ,AG,BC; "great loss of life" from ten ships in St. Barthelemy and only two survivors from a Spanish brig sunk between St. Kitts and St. EustatiusBD
      387. Jamaica27 Jun 1794"The Prize Ships from St. Domingo to Jamaica, met with a fevere Gale of Wind on the 27th June, one of which was totally lost near Kingston..."BN
      388. Jamaica30 Jul 1794"Lives lost."AZ
      389. NC, VA2 Aug 1795"...a fleet of eighteen Spanish ships, sailing from Havana to Spain, was struck off Cape Hatteras, an undisclosed number of these ships were lost."BD A ship sank off Cape Charles"AV...with a total loss of lives"BD
      390. SW Atlantic9 Oct 180025 saved from Galgo, "upset in a squall, in lat. 21, long. 61 west."BY,c
      391. Offshore VA29 Sep 1806schooner Charming Mary found partially submergedAV,z
      392. Spanish Main17 Oct 1807From the Firefly, "all except the Surg. & 3 men (lost when vessel)...foundered in a hurricane off the Spanish Main."BY
      393. Puerto Rico17-19 Aug 1809"Great...death toll"AY
      394. C Atlantic27 Aug 1809"The Express cutter, together with several of the fleet, is supposed to have foundered....(and) several people on wrecks...were seen to go down..."AH
      395. Off PR3 Aug 1809"H.M.S. Lark, of 18 guns, foundered...and all her crew, except one man, perished..."AJ,AO,z
      396. Jamaica15 Aug 1810"Some lives lost at sea."AR
      397. SC10 Sep 1811"many" killedQ,CF,CN
      398. Cayman Is.1812"women of East End left widowed" when husbands lost at seaAT,z
      399. Barbados22-23 Jul 1813"some lives lost,....numbers of persons were killed..."Y,z; at least 18 dead and 8 missingAH
      400. Jamaica7/31-8/1 1813"many lives lost"AR,z
      401. NC3-4 Sep 1815"...storm caused great damage and loss of life in Onslow." 4 deaths in one storm surge incident.CG
      402. New England23 Sep 1815"the loss of life so heavy that the newspapers did not have space enough to give all the details of the marine disasters"BI; "impossible to estimate loss of live in Providence...but it was extremely heavy."BY "about twenty persons were drowned or killed" BJ; at least 20 deathsBK
      403. Puerto Rico18162 dead on land; part of crews from 3 ships perishedJ
      404. Jamaica8-12 Nov 1818"heavy loss of life on ships....some loss of life on land"AR,z
      405. Galveston (TX)1818"Women...drowning who were not killed by the roof cannon falling in on them" from "the Red House" of Jean Laffite.CN,z
      406. VI21-22 Sep 1819"serious loss of life"Y; "apprehensive that many, many lives have been lost, in addition to the great number already ascertained."AH
      407. Offshore VA20-22 Oct 1822schooner foundered off RichmondAV
      408. New York4 Jun 1825schooner Hornet foundered, "...with loss of her entire crew."AV
      409. Coastal NC17-18 Nov 1825"The schooner Harvest was wrecked...and five or more persons lost in what may have been a late season hurricane."CF,c 5 of 15 people on board were lost and row boat carrying rescuers overturned in surf.CI
      410. Cuba1826"...el general Laborde perdio su escuadra en Cuba o costa del sur" (General Laborde lost his fleet in Cuba or the southern coast)AP,z
      411. Cayman Is.1826"women of East End left widowed" when husbands lost at seaAT,z
      412. Chesap. Bay26 Aug 1827"...the vessel (Flag) lost all hands and the passengers perished."AV
      413. Near Bermuda13 Sep 18283 ships lostAJ
      414. Off STB26 Oct 1829"...two vessels slipt their anchors and went to sea. One returned, and the other has not since (4 Nov 1829) been heard of."AH
      415. Florida15-16 Aug 1830"...off Cape Florida...several ships were lost..."AW
      416. BAR, DR3 Sep 1835"The mail boat, Lady Lunn, was capsized and sunk; one man saved." 2 boats driven to sea from Barbados not heard from after 11 days.AW 3 deaths on Matilda near Dominican Republic.AH
      417. Cayman Is.1836"women of East End left widowed" when husbands lost at seaAT
      418. NC18 Aug 1837"...several vessels have been lost, one of them, with the crew..."; ship Palambam founderedAW
      419. MX E coast1 Nov 1838"Three United States vessels were lost, and the crews of two of these perished." AJ
      420. Coastal NC12-15 Jul 1842many ships lost and many persons drownedQ,CF; "Two unknown vessels were capsized...their entire crews lost, and seven men who went out later...were also drowned....No authentic information has come to light which would give...the number of persons drowned; it is sufficient to say that the hurricane of July 12, 1842 was one of the worst in the history of coastal Carolina."CI
      421. Coastal NC24 Aug 1842"at least eight mariners were dead" (seven from the Congress and 1 from the Pioneer) from storm "hardly less severe" than 15 July 1842 hurricaneCI
      422. Offshore VA7-8 Sep 1846several vessels lost offshore VirginiaAV
      423. NC24 Aug 1850"pilot boat sank"Q,CF
      424. DR18 Aug 1851"many casualties"AD
      425. Offshore VA12 Sep 1851Schooner Free Trade capsized. "Nothing heard from the persons on board, and it was feared that they were lost."AV
      426. Jamaica6-8 Nov 1852"many lives lost on ships in ports"AR
      427. E TX coast18 Sep 1854"Two people were killed. The steamer Kate Ward and crew were lost..."R
      428. Tampico (MX)6 Aug 1855"The loss and damage done to goods was very heavy, and the destruction of life and property was no less severe."AS
      429. DR26 Aug 1855"many casualties"AD
      430. W Atlantic10 Jul 1861The Bowditch, while "...in a tremendous hurricane, was boarded by a sea, which.... washed all hands overboard." Only the captain survived.V
      431. Off NC30 Oct 1862"twenty-five Federal vessels left Hampton Roads with coal for the fleet about to attack Port Royal in South Carolina. The next day, fifty more vessels sailed. On the thirtieth of October, off Cape Hatteras, they were swallowed up and spewed everywhere by appalling winds and seas. Two steamers were lost."CN
      432. US E coast3 Aug 18672 deaths plus "all perished except the captain" from a brig.AV
      433. E TX coast1-3 Oct 1867"many", "number" of lives lostF,R
      434. New England8 Sep 18691 death in MA and "all except one man perished" from schooner Helen Eliza in Maine.BX
      435. E TX coast2-3 Oct 18712 deaths plus steamer foundered and "all hands were lost with the exception of one man." R
      436. W Atlantic19-20 Oct 1873schooner Enterprise "feared lost during the storm"AV
      437. PR, NC13-17 Sep 1876"...19 deaths reported, but historians suspected the Spanish Government withheld actual damage and death toll data."AY 2 drowned in Onslow County, NC and "from Okracoke to Rocky Mount, reports were gathered of killed and injured citizens."CG
      438. DR-HAI-FL-PA1-13 Sep 1878"considerable loss of life"AG,AI; 9 deaths FL to PA, plus, at Aux Cayes "...a number of persons were killed", while "in the towns of Aquin and Cavaillon...a large number of lives lost."R
      439. Haiti25-28 Sep 1878"American brigatine was wrecked at Tiburon and all hands lost."R
      440. Gulf MX (?)24-28 Oct 1879schooner from Pensacola "...completely wrecked and lost all her crew but two men." R
      441. US E coast16-21 Nov 1879"some lives lost"R
      442. SE TX coast12-13 Oct 1880"many lives lost"F,BW
      443. Cuba5-6 Sep 1882"buen numero de victimas" (good number of victims)AI
      444. Jamaica6-8 Oct 1884"drowning at least 8 people"AR
      445. Cuba17-24 Jun 1886"no pocos ahogados" (not a few drowned)AI
      446. Cuba, JAM28-29 Jun 1886"algunas desgracias personales en mar y tierra" (some people died at sea and on land) from CubaAI; "no less than 18 lives lost" in JamaicaAR
      447. Cuba21-26 Aug 1886"crushing many of their inhabitants"AG
      448. Cuba11-15 Jun 1887"algunos ahogados" (some drowned)AI
      449. Cuba15-16 Jun 1889"algunas...desgracias personales" (some people died)AI
      450. Cuba28-29 May 1890"buen numero de ahogados" (good number of drownings); "Se enviaron de la capital partidas de Bomberos, Marinos y Guardia civil. Buen numero de estos expedicionarios perdieron la vida." (Firemen, marines, and civil guard teams were sent from the capital. A good number of these crews lost their lives.)AI
      451. W Atlantic28-30 Aug 189010 deaths from one ship; "loss of life" from anotherR
      452. Cuba9-11 Jun 189216 deaths in Matanzas and "large" number in vicinity; 1 death in HavanaV+AI
      453. Cuba21 Oct 1895"arrebato algunas vidas" (took some lives)AI
      454. Cuba25-27 Sep 1897"algunas desgracias personales" (some people died)AI
      455. Cuba, JAM28-29 Oct 1899In Cuba, "algun(a)s...perdidas de vidas humanas" (some loss of human lives)AI; "many dead" in JamaicaAR
      456. AL-LA coast13-16 Aug 1901"Only 10 persons are known to have perished, but more lives no doubt were lost....It is greatly feared that the loss of life among the fishermen and others...will be considerable." R
      457. US E coastSep 1904"A number of lives were lost..."T,c; "considerable loss of life"R
      458. Costa Rica25-28 Jan 1905"very severe hurricane...causing great loss of life"R,c
      459. Turks Is.10-12 Sep 1908"caused destruction of life"R; at least 19 deaths with 8 missingAH+W
      460. N Florida3-4 Sep 1915"small loss of life...confined to fishing and sponge vessels" near Jacksonville. R
      461. Jamaica15-17 Aug 1916"At least 17 persons left dead..."AR
      462. Puerto Rico22 Aug 19162 ships missing at seaI
      463. Gulf of MX28-30 Sep 1920"among the vessels lost were...(two American ships with)...a large number of casualties" R
      464. Bahamas, FL24-29 Sep 192910 deaths, not counting "many lives lost" in in BahamasR
      465. Mexico, PR10-16 Sep 19312 deaths in Puerto Rico, plus 300-ton steamer "sank with all hands lost, including a number of passengers."R
      466. Off NJ7-8 Sep 1934The liner Morro Castle caught fire and was abandoned in unsettled weather at the approach of a hurricane." 134 people died from burning, drowning and exposure."BS,c
      467. MX, Belize5-11 Nov 1942"Nine lives were lost...", but the "...total loss of life is still unclear."R
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    • 1. MAR, STE, BAR, offshore10-16 Oct 1780>22000B,22000M,L,s,>20000AC
      2. Galveston (Texas)8 Sep 190012000C,j,>8000-12000AA,i,>8000H
      3. FIFI: Honduras14-19 Sep 19748000-10000AE,3000-10000R,>3000G
      4. Dominican Republic1-6 Sep 19308000AD,4000K,R,2000G,AC,R,T,BC,aq
      5. FLORA: Haiti, Cuba9/30-10/8 19638000G,7193A,R,7191BC,>7186R
      6. Pointe-a-Pitre Bay (GUA)6 Sep 1776>6000BD
      7. Newfoundland Banks9-12 Sep 17754000L,z,c,aw
      8. Puerto Rico, Carolinas8-19 Aug 1899>3433(I,J)+AV+CG,m,>3064(T,R,BC)+AV+CG
      9. FL, GUA, PR, TUR, MAR12-17 Sep 1928>3411R+AF+BB+I+BL,(3375-4075)b
      10. Cuba, CI, Jamaica4-10 Nov 1932>3107AR+AU,ad,2569R,>2500G,2500AC
      11. Central Atlantic16-17 Sep 1782>3000AX,BU,c,at,z
      12. MartiniqueAug 1813>3000BD,z
      13. El Salvador, Honduras4-8 Jun 1934>3000W,>2000T,ae,506-3006R
      14. Western Cuba21-22 Jun 17913000M,J,BC,bh,257Y,>30AP
      15. Barbados10-11 Aug 18312500B,1525B,>1500L,AC,T,BC,BI,ah
      16. Belize6-10 Sep 19312500BB,1500R,1500G,AC,T,BC
      17. HAI, HON, offshore JAM19-25 Oct 1935>2150T,af,1168-2168R+W,1000-2000AC
      18. DAVID: DR, Dominica, US8/29-9/5 1979>2068R,>2063G
      19. Offshore Florida (?)1781>2000BP,z
      20. South Carolina, Georgia27-28 Aug 18932000-2500X,1000-2000D,A,R,>1000T,s
      21. Eastern Gulf of Mexico17-21 Oct 17802000AP
      22. Cuba7-8 Oct 18702000AH,1000V,>800CN,136AG
      23. Louisiana1-2 Oct 18932000D,T,R,1800A
      24. Guadeloupe, Martinique14-15 Aug 1666<2000M,J,AG,AJ,d,z
      25. MartiniqueAug 17671600I
      26. Mexico28 Aug 19091500T,BW,1000-2000V
      27. W Cuba, Straits of FLOct 1644<1500M,e
      28. Guadeloupe, Puerto Rico26 Jul 1825>1300BK,>500I,374I,T,AY,372BC
      29. Offshore Nicaragua16051300M,ak
      30. GORDON: HAI, FL, CR, DR8-21 Nov 19941145CA,bc
      31. Jamaica, Cuba2-5 Oct 17801115AR+M,w,>415M,42BB
      32. Straits of Florida5 Sep 1622>1090M,z,90M
      33. Gulf of Mexicoearly Nov 1590>1000BD,c
      34. Offshore Barbados27 Sep 1694>1000BD
      35. S Bahamas, Straits of FL30 Jul 1715(>1000-<2500)CM,>1000BD,1000M
      36. Havana (Cuba)15 Oct 1768>1000Y,AG,AJ,BB,BC,>100M,n,43B,AK
      37. Veracruz (Mexico)16011000M,c
      38. HAZEL: HAI, US, GRE, CAN5-13 Oct 19541000G,600-1200AD,575-1175R
      39. INEZ: Caribbean, Mexico9/27-10/1 19661000R
      40. Cuba, PR, Turks Islands1-5 Sep 1888921R+I,bi
      41. St. Thomas, Puerto Rico29 Oct 1867>811I,BC
      42. Texas, Cuba16-17 Sep 1875800BS,q,180C,176R,A,BW
      43. Cuba, offshore Bermuda20 Oct 1926709(N,AI)+V
      44. Martinique, TUR, PR18-22 Aug 1891703R,>700I,700BC
      45. Georgia, South Carolina27 Aug 1881>700A,700D,R
      46. Florida west coastaround 1553700CN,z,bf
      47. Florida1553<700CM,z,bf
      48. New England21 Sep 1938(682-700)BX,682CN,600D,R,494R
      49. JANET: Mexico, BEL, BAR22-28 Sep 1955681R,538G
      50. FL Keys, S Texas, Cuba9-14 Sep 1919>(600-900)(D,R,BW)+AI
      51. MAR, DOM, New Eng., BAH14-19 Aug 1788>(600-700)AH+AV+J,f
      52. Offshore MartiniqueOct 1695>600BD,z
      53. W Atlantic, Nova Scotia24-27 Aug 1873>600V,600AQ,223R,AQ,128BS
      54. FOX: Cuba23-25 Oct 1952600CN,0R,bj
      55. Southwest Caribbean Sea 1708578M
      56. AUDREY: SW LA, N Texas27 Jun 1957550R,>509F,390D,R
      57. Atlantic10 Aug 1591501J,AG,AJ,z
      58. Offshore DR11-12 Jul 1502>500H,BE,500CN
      59. Offshore western FL20 Aug 1559>500CH,z,bg
      60. Offshore Puerto Rico1720>500M,BD
      61. Georgia, SC, NC7-9 Sep 1804>500A,CF,500AV,>84L
      62. Florida east coast1683496BP,c
      63. Dominica9 Sep 1806457Y,>300BL,131T,BC
      64. Martinique13-14 Aug 1766440M,BL,400BL,>100Y,90(AJ,BC),v
      65. North Carolina11 Sep 1857424AV+CI,>400L
      66. Florida Keys2-3 Sep 1935409R,408D,405R,400CN
      67. SE TX, Gulf MX, CU, JAM12-17 Aug 1915405R+AR,403R+AI+AR
      68. Jamaica8 Sep 1712>400AR,z
      69. Jamaica, Cayman Islands8-9 Sep 1722400M,AG,AJ,T,BC,z
      70. Louisiana10-11 Aug 1856400A,320X,<200S,>155L,>250BS
      71. U.S. east coast, W ATL14-15 Sep 1944390D,R,344CN
      72. Offshore SC, BAH, TUR9/30-10/3 1866>387V+AH,>383V+BH
      73. St. Vincent, Barbados10-11 Sep 1898383B+BB,283B
      74. DONNA: Florida, PR, BAH4-5 Sep 1960>364R+I,t
      75. Louisiana, Mississippi20 Sep 1909353CB,350D,R,T
      76. FL, N Gulf States, BAH16-21 Sep 1926349BS+V+AN,265D+V+AN,264R+V+AN
      77. GILBERT: MX, JAM, HAI9-14 Sep 1988327(G,R)+CA
      78. Cuba, offshore Florida12-18 Oct 1944318G,R,300N
      79. HILDA: Mexico, Cuba11-16 Sep 1955304G,R
      80. Gulf of Mexico21 Oct 1631300BD,(BF,c,al)
      81. South Carolina27-28 Sep 1822300L,200A,X,R
      82. Bahamas, PR, DR, FL23-27 Jul 1926>287AM+R,x>212AM+R,60BB
      83. Near Cape Canaveral (FL)1563284BP,c
      84. Hispaniola, PR, Jamaica8/28-9/3 1772>280M+I+AR+BN,z,av,280BD
      85. Mississippi, LA, Jamaica24-29 Sep 1915279(D,R,BW,CB)+AR
      86. HATTIE: Belize26-31 Oct 1961275G,R,264BB,262BC
      87. CHARLIE: Jamaica, Mexico15-20 Aug 1951259R+CN
      88. ALLEN: Haiti, US4-7 Aug 1980259G,249F,236-261R
      89. CAMILLE: MS, LA, WV, VA17-18 Aug 1969259R
      90. Puerto Rico26-27 Sep 1932257I,225G,I,R,BC
      91. St. Lucia, Dominica, BAR21 Oct 1817>(251-252)AH,>200BD
      92. CubaSep 1623250BP,150M
      93. CLEO: Lesser Antilles22-26 Aug 1964217R,213BC,200G
      94. MX, offshore GRE, JAM16-23 Aug 1944216R,116R,116G
      95. JOAN: NIC, CR, COL, VEN14-22 Oct 1988216G,g
      96. Mexico19-20 Sep 1944203-303R,200-300G
      97. Barbados10 Sep 1675>200CK
      98. Guadeloupe, NE US coast1-3 Sep 1821>200CN+(Y,P)
      99. Dominica, DR20-23 Sep 1834>200BA,BC,>100AG
      100. Upper Texas coastNov 1527200F,z,c,191R,162CH,bd
      101. Barbados10 Aug 1674200J,AG,AJ,T,BC,be
      102. St. KittsBefore 10 Nov 1758200BD,BN,au,z
      103. Cuba23-25 Sep 1894200V
      104. Jamaica17-19 Nov 1912200AL,>142AR,142BB,100G,T,BC
      105. DIANE: US NE states16-19 Aug 1955200R,184D
      106. Southeast Florida, Cuba17-18 Oct 1906>193V+(R,D),u
      107. Cayman Islands, JAM, MAR8-15 Aug 1903>188AH,>183AH+(AR+BB),>149AH+AF
      108. NW Atlantic, S NF coast22-24 Aug 1927184CO+CP+V,c
      109. Tampico (Mexico)24 Sep 1933184->200V
      110. BRET: VEN, NIC, COL7-11 Aug 1993184R
      111. Jamaica10/31-11/1 1744182M,182J,AG,AJ
      112. Island near Nevis, Cuba17 Aug 1669182CC,z
      113. Delaware coast2 Sep 1785181BQ,z
      114. Isabel: Puerto Rico6-7 Oct 1985180R,c,p,(86-500)AM
      115. Cuba, TUR, S Texas8/30-9/5 1933179W+(D,BW),o
      116. Georgia, SC, NC2 Oct 1898179A,>(150-180)R
      117. North coast of Colombia1504175BD,c
      118. Dominica20 Sep 1806>165J,z
      119. W Cuba, FL Keys, CI10-11 Oct 1846>164AB+AJ+L+AT+BZ+(AK,AP),bb
      120. North Carolina, Virginia2-6 Sep 1775>163(R,AV)+BD+BN,ax,z
      121. East Texas12-13 Oct 1886150T,A,126BS,ao
      122. Massachusetts6 Oct 1849143BX,27L,c
      123. JAM, PR, Cuba, St. Croix24-29 Aug 1785>142AO,z
      124. Near STT, SW Atlan., PR2-3 Aug 1837>141AW+AY
      125. Labrador coast, W Cuba8-15 Oct 1882140AQ,c,36R
      126. Central Atlantic9 Oct 1913135BS,ap
      127. Mississippi, AL, NW FL27 Sep 1906134D,133-134R
      128. Florida, Georgia, SC28-29 Sep 1896>130A,114T,R,>100T,100AV
      129. JAM, near HAI & DR, HAI9-13 Nov 1909>130W+AR,c,>97W+AH
      130. AGNES: US NE states, CU19-22 Jun 1972129R+D
      131. Hispaniola12 Sep 1724121BD
      132. Between JAM and EnglandAug 1803121BY
      133. Atlantic (?)Before 3 Dec 1779120BN,c,z,ay
      134. Roanoke Island (NC)1588<116BR,an,c
      135. BERYL: Cape Verde Is.28-29 Aug 1982115CA
      136. North Carolina, Bahamas11 Sep 1883106R,l
      137. Gulf coast, NC3-10 Oct 1837105BH+L+CI,s
      138. Offshore Mexico26-27 Sep 1600103-<940BD,c,ai
      139. South Carolina, NC15 Sep 1752103L+CG,28R+CG
      140. Cuba, Southwest Florida13-18 Oct 1910101W+D
      141. Cuba4-5 Oct 1844101AK,>100T
      142. Jamaica1692>100AR,ab
      143. Honduras23 Sep 1787>100M,100M,J,AG,AJ,AX,BC
      144. Cuba27-28 Aug 1794>100AH+BP
      145. Jamaica17-18 Oct 1815>100AH,y
      146. Puerto Rico5 Sep 1852>100AH,ac
      147. Montserrat to VI28-29 Aug 1924>100R,34BB
      148. FRANCELIA: Guatemala8/28-9/4 1969>100G,100R
      149. Belize2 Sep 1787100AO
      150. Martinique4-5 Sep 1713100B,z
      151. Georgia14-15 Sep 1824100L,83L
      152. Charleston (SC)14 Sep 170098CN,97L
      153. Dominican Republic25-28 Sep 190898G
      154. DIANA: Mexico5-8 Aug 199096R
      155. ALMA: Honduras, Cuba, FL4-8 Jun 196690R
      156. Cuba13-14 Jun 1904>87W
      157. Curacao, PA, US E coast9/21-10/5 1877>84AB+V+CF,r,<=16AG
      158. Windward Islands, BER8-15 Sep 1921>80R+R
      159. New England3-4 Oct 184181CN,58L,c
      160. Near NC Outer Banks21 Aug 186380V
      161. Newfoundland Banks26 Aug 188380R
      162. Dominican Republic22-24 May 194880R,c
      163. CARRIE: SW of Azores21 Sep 195780R
      164. ELOISE: PR, US, HAI, DR13-24 Sep 197580R
      165. Jamaica, Cuba, Florida22-29 Sep 191778AR+R+W
      166. BETSY: SE Florida, SE LA7-10 Sep 196576R
      167. GERT: Mexico, HON, NIC14-21 Sep 199376R
      168. Cuba, Bimini23-29 Sep 193574W,49R,T,BC
      169. Western Cubanear end Oct 152573H,>72M,72BD
      170. US E coast waters, Cuba21-24 Oct 1878>72R+AI+AQ+AV,>71R+AI+AV
      171. Rio Grande Valley4-6 Aug 1844>70CN,70L,T,A,BW
      172. Jamaica15-16 Aug 193370AR
      173. South Carolina16-17 Sep 171370L,z
      174. EMMY: Azores3-4 Sep 197668R
      175. Near St. Augustine (FL)29 Aug 188068V,BH
      176. Mexico15 Sep 193363W
      177. Near Tortola, MontserratAug 180962BY+AO,z
      178. Offshore Mexico12 Sep 1600>60-<897BD,ai
      179. Off US SE coast, FL11/30-12/2 192560AM+R,50A
      180. CubaOct 152770BO,z,am,60M,I
      181. CAROL: US NE states31 Aug 195460D,R
      182. OPAL: Guatemala, MX, US SE states9/30-10/04 199559R
      183. BEULAH: TX, N MX, MAR5-22 Sep 196759R,58R+BL
      184. Martinique, SW Atlantic7/26-8/3 183757AW,ag
      185. U. S. mid-Atlantic coast15-17 Sep 190357V
      186. Cuba9/20-10/1 189556V
      187. S BAH, FL, FL Straits15-16 Jul 173356M,z
      188. HUGO: GUA, MON, SC17-22 Sep 198956BT,49R
      189. ALICE: NE MX, TX24-26 Jun 195455R
      190. Offshore central FL, VA20 Oct 1870>52BP+AV
      191. Off Bermuda183252BY,c
      192. CESAR: NIC, HON, El Salvador25-28 Jul 199651R
      193. South Texas6-7 Sep 192151BW,c,az
      194. SE Florida, LA, MS17-19 Sep 194751D,R
      195. DOROTHY: Martinique, DOM20 Aug 197051BC,<=51R,AF,BL
      196. Newfoundland Banks23-24 Aug 1935>50R,c,31CP
      197. Bahamas4-5 Sep 188350AG
      198. Cape Cod (Massachusetts)1 Nov 1778(50-70)BX,ba,c,z
      199. Barbuda25 Oct 176050M
      200. North Carolina1 Sep 177250L,AV,z
      201. Dominica8/28-9/1 191650V,AH
      202. Georgia, SC, NC11-12 Aug 194050D,R
      203. Honduras23-28 Sep 194150G,R
      204. Louisiana11 Aug 186047L
      205. NC, coastal Virginia18 Aug 187946CG+AV
      206. CARLA: Texas10-12 Sep 196146D,R
      207. Louisiana19 Aug 181245L,z
      208. North-central Atlantic8 Sep 189745v
      209. Louisiana, MS, Alabama27-28 Jul 181943L
      210. Offshore US E coast23 Aug 180642AV
      211. Velasco (Texas)21 Jul 190941D,R,BW
      212. Western Atlantic6-7 Sep 185340BS,as
      213. U. S. mid-Atlantic coast9-12 Sep 188940R,40A
      214. Western Cuba5 Oct 163440M,BD,aj
      215. St. Marks (Florida)175840A,z
      216. Freeport (Texas)13-14 Aug 193240D
      217. Puerto Rico15 Sep 162638M,I
      218. Near Cape Florida (FL)7 Sep 183838BP
      219. HILDA: Louisiana3-4 Oct 196438D,R
      220. Coastal NB, NY, ME4 Oct 186937AS+L+CN,c
      221. ELLA: HAI, CU8/30-9/6 195837-39R
      222. South Carolina4 Sep 183437L
      223. Northeast Gulf of Mexico26 May 186337V,c
      224. W Atlantic, US east coast24 Aug 163535BX+AV
      225. Mississippi15 Sep 182135S
      226. Trinidad, CU, VEN, JAM6/27-7/3 193335R+W+AR
      227. BETSY: GUA, PR11-12 Aug 195634R+I,34G+I,27BC
      228. Cuba, Florida Keys10-11 Oct 190934W+Z+R
      229. Gulf of MX and states4-10 Jul 191634W
      230. Southwest Louisiana6 Aug 191834D,R,CB
      231. North Carolina, MA2 Nov 186133L+(AV,CF)+H
      232 Western Cuba27 Aug 182633BY,c,z
      233. Near Maritime Provinces19 Jun 195933R,c
      234. Southeastern Bahamas160932BV,z
      235. FRAN: Cape Verde Islands15-17 Sep 198431CA
      236. ALBERTO: Georgia, AL4-7 Jul 199430CA
      237. Offshore Yucatan10-13 Aug 188030R+V,30BS,ar
      238. Jamaica18-19 Aug 188030B,AR,12AQ,12R
      239. EDITH: Nicaragua, Aruba6-11 Sep 197130G,R
      240. GILDA: Honduras25-27 Sep 195429R
      241. Indianola (Texas), Cuba17-20 Aug 1886>28R+X+AI,>20AQ+AI
      242. Virgin Islands13-16 Aug 179328AH+BN,h
      243. South Carolina, Florida11-13 Oct 189328R+R
      244. Tobago11 Oct 184727O
      245. Virgin Islands21 Aug 187127I
      246. Coastal New England9-13 Oct 187827R
      247. Offshore Jamaica (?)23 Sep 179927BG,c
      248. Texas, Gulf of MX, JAM15-19 Aug 191627V+R,25V+AH
      249. DORA: Mexico12 Sep 195627R
      250. U.S. mid-Atlantic coast7-13 Sep 185426AS
      251. NC, SC, offshore Bahamas11-15 Jul 191626V,c
      252. Bahamas, Florida14-16 Sep 194526R
      253. Cuba, Alabama25-31 Aug 195026W+R
      254. SW Atlantic, CU9/26-10/9 187326V,aa
      255. ANDREW: FL, LA, Bahamas23-27 Aug 199226R
      256. SC, offshore NC, GA24-25 Aug 188525R+V
      257. Georgia, South Carolina27-29 Aug 191125R,24R,bk
      258. Louisiana25-26 Aug 192625D,R
      259. CONNIE: North Carolina11-13 Aug 195525D
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    • When is dry, it's proof of MMGW. When it's wet, it's proof of MMGW. When it's sunny and nice outside, it's proof of MMGW. Cold and snowy?... MMGW
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