Top 10 Category 5 Atlantic Hurricanes

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NOTE: This Is NOT Based Off Of The Strength Or Damage Total Of The Category 5, This Based Off Of How Infamous The Storms Were.

Definition: A Category 5 Hurricane Is A Hurricane With Winds Of 157 MPH +
And Lower The Pressure, The Stronger The Storm Is
Sorry If I Missed Any Particularly Infamous Cat 5's

The Top Ten

1 Hurricane Katrina (2005) Hurricane Katrina (2005)

I wasn't around when Hurricane Katrina ocurred, but you have to admit, it was still very strong indeed

They made a joke about this in one of TheTopTens lists "Top 10 Episodes that Should be Created in Season 10 of SpongeBob SquarePants" - HondaCivic

Lasted From: August 23 2005-August 31 2005
Wind Speed: 175 MPH
Pressure: 902 MB
People Killed: 1,836
Damage Total: $108 Billion - JPK

2 Hurricane Mitch (1998) Hurricane Mitch (1998)

Lasted From: October 22 1998-November 9 1998
Wind Speed: 180 MPH
Pressure: 905 MB
People Killed: 19,325 (Main Reason This Is Number 2)
Damage Total: $6.2 Billion - JPK

3 Hurricane Maria (2017) Hurricane Maria (2017)

It caused the flu that killed 80,000 people in 2018

Isn't this the one that struck Puerto Rico and caused a lot of damage?

Lasted From: September 16 2017-October 3 2017
Wind Speed: 175 MPH
Pressure: 908 MB
People Killed: 500+
Damage Total: $99.4 Billion - JPK

4 Hurricane Andrew (1992) Hurricane Andrew (1992)

Lasted From: August 16 1992-August 28 1992
Wind Speed: 175 MPH
Pressure: 922 MB
People Killed: 65
Damage Total: $26.5 Billion (Costliest Until Katrina) - JPK

5 Hurricane Irma (2017)

This storm hit my state! It blew a lot of leaves, Spanish moss, twigs and sticks all over my yard. - HondaCivic

They told Irma to go east. The best excuse it came up with when it continued west was, "I thought you said weast." - SoldierOfFortune

Lasted From: August 30 2017-September 16 2017
Wind Speed: 180 MPH
Pressure: 914 MB
People Killed: 134
Damage Total: $66 Billion - JPK

6 Hurricane Camille (1969) Hurricane Camille (1969)

Lasted From: August 14 1969-August 22 1969
Wind Speed: 175 MPH
Pressure 900 MB
People Killed: 259
Damage Total: $1.4 Billion (Would Be Much Higher In The 21st Century) - JPK

7 Hurricane Wilma (2005) Hurricane Wilma (2005)

Lasted From: October 16 2005-October 27 2005
Wind Speed: 185 MPH
Pressure: 882 MB (Lowest Ever In The Atlantic)
People Killed: 87
Damage Total: $29.4 Billion - JPK

8 Hurricane Matthew (2016)

Lasted From: September 28 2016-October 10 2016
Wind Speed: 165 MPH
Pressure: 934 MB
People Killed: 603
Damage Total: $15.9 Billion - JPK

9 Hurricane Rita (2005) Hurricane Rita (2005)

Lasted From: September 18 2005-September 26 2005
Wind Speed: 180 MPH
Pressure: 895 MB
People Killed: 125
Damage Total: $12 Billion - JPK

10 Hurricane Ivan (2004)

Lasted From: September 2 2004-September 24 2004
Wind Speed: 165 MPH
Pressure: 910 MB
People Killed: 124
Damage Total: $23.3 Billion - JPK

The Contenders

11 Hurricane Florence (2018)

THE WORST HURRICANE IN MY LIFE! I would be sad for everybody (though I don't live in Carolina U.S).

KILLER OF CAROLINA.This monster caused havoc for 5 -ish weeks. Even though I do not live there, I stil want to see whatever happens in the atmosphere.

12 Hurricane Isabel (2003)
13 Hurricane Gilbert (1988) Hurricane Gilbert (1988)

Destroys Mexico

14 Hurricane Allen (1980) Hurricane Allen (1980)
15 Hurricane Michael

Unofficially A Category 5

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