Top 10 Most Disastrous Hurricanes In the U.S.
The Top Ten
This has gotta b #1... think of all the damage and all of the aftermath - gase456
People said Irma is better but is not but Katrina did more damage
Why Isn't This Number 1
This isn't a subjective topic, this is objective and for now: N.O. Hurricane has came even close to Katrina in terms of "disastrous."
It costed 30 more billion dollars than Sandy, and Sandy was just the 2nd most costliest. And although it's behind Galveston and Okeechobee is terms of lives cost, the fact how Katrina was in the 21st century makes it seem more deadlier. (Imagine Katrina replacing Galveston in 1900, might've been at least 15,000 deaths) - AnimeSportsFan619
This is the true Katrina of the decade, all of Puerto Rico got hit and lost power, floods occurred and trees and buildings were damaged, and lot of people are dying, and it is just unbelievable what would happen.
Puerto Rico technically IS U.S. territory so yes, Hurricane Maria DOES count as a U.S. hurricane!
If it wasn't for that eyewall replacement cycle, Puerto Rico would probably be in worse shape then it is now. - IcetailofWishClan
My other comment is in the top. What I meant to say was did you know that new research ( not so new anymore) says that Harvey caused 196 BILLION dollars. Exude my past grammar
Did you know new erase arch says its 186 BILLION dollars! That's almost double of katrina
Harvey was the Katrina of 2017.
I'm just staring at the pictures of this hurricane as it is nearing Florida and I'm just like; "that is the HUGEST hurricane (how many miles wide/in diameter) I've ever seen out of ALL of the pictured hurricanes EVER. It is a bit bigger than the state of TEXAS."
Just hit Florida today. My aunt and her son which live in Miami are staying and my second cousin and his mom and dad are in Tampa and are staying! I am praying for them
Its coming for us
It was the largest storm in the Atlantic - RandomatorV 3 Comments
Hurricane Sandy happened in my state (New York). Luckily it didn't hit my city. It did however hit New York City, where my cousins lived, they lost their home, and were homeless for 1 month. Luckily they got a new home - Catacorn
Having gone through the whole week this monster crash-coursed right into my state, this thing was insane. Easily knocked out my power, tons of homes flooded, and funny enough, it was actually the biggest ever tropical cyclone in the Atlantic.
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This hurricane bashed into my city of Houston at nighttime head on, there sounded as if there were tornadoes everywhere, and (as always throughout history of humans) go crazy with, "oh no! The world is ending! " Crap. Just as it is with hurricane Harvey right now. I'm having to work during it. And during Ike, I'm just sitting in my candlelight room very calmly writing stories of terror.
This is sad because not only was it a huge hurricane but it was 1900 so people could not prepare in advance
Deadliest Hurricane in us history 8,000-12,000 people dead
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2. Hurricane Matthew (2016)
3. Hurricane Andrew (1992)
2. Hurricane Sandy (2012)
3. Hurricane Andrew (1992)