Hurricane Alicia occured in 1983 it was the first hurricane to make landfall on the U.S. mainland since Hurricane Allen hit South TX August 9th 1980. The hurricane was a categorey 3, the winds were 96mph but the gusts were 127mph. The rain fall exceeded 5 inches in most places, and the east side of Huston reached 11 inches. Twenty three tornadoes were recorded during the hurricane.

The eye of hurricane Isabel, seen from space. Hurricane Isabel was the most deadly storm of the 2003 Atlantic hurricane season. This photo taken by NASA astronaut Dr. Edward Tsang Lu from the International Space Station (Expedition on September

Blue and White Porcelain Vase - Ethan Allen US

This long-necked vase in a dramatic depiction of hand-painted blue and white florals is an export ware inspired piece with true sophistication. While not for use with real flowers, this decorative

Harry Allen “Hurricane Harry” Uhl, Jr

Harry Allen “Hurricane Harry” Uhl, Jr

Historic Hurricane Irma taking a buzzsaw to islands as threat grows for Puerto Rico Florida

Historic Hurricane Irma taking a buzzsaw to islands as threat grows for Puerto Rico, Florida

HGTV Dream Home 2015: Artistic View | HGTV

Dream Home 2015: Artistic View

Now that you've seen the HGTV Dream Home 2015 virtual tour, browse over 90 additional photos of the close-up artistic details that make this home unique and spectacular.

Hurricane Allen - Jamaica & Texas - August 6-10, 1980 this was the first hurricane I experienced.

Hurricane Allen - Jamaica & Texas - August 1980 this was the first hurricane I experienced.

1980 - Hurricane Allen Dates active: July 31 - August 11 Peak classification: Category 5 Sustained wind speed: 190 mph (305 km/h) Areas affected: The Caribbean, Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, South Texas Deaths: 269 Damage: $1.24 billion (Pictured) Boats and debris litter the Texas Gulf Coast area along Shoreline Drive in downtown Corpus Christi, Texas, on Aug. 11, 1980.

1980 - Hurricane Allen Dates active: July 31 - August 11 Peak classification: Category 5 Sustained wind speed: 190 mph (305 km/h) Areas affected: The Caribbean, Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, South Texas Deaths: 269 Damage: $1.24 billion (Pictured) Boats and debris litter the Texas Gulf Coast area along Shoreline Drive in downtown Corpus Christi, Texas, on Aug. 11, 1980.

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