12"x38 Louisiana Hurricane History Sign, $99.95

Hurricane season in New Orleans typically lasts from June through September, with August and September considered the most active months.

More than 8,000 people died in the Galveston (Texas) hurricane of 1900.

the deadliest natural disaster in US history. Without today's technology to warn the people of the approaching storm, they were unprepared and over died.

Damage to the I-10 Bridge in New Orleans | Hurricane Katrina 8-29-2005 still there 8 years later!

Chuck drove this bridge to work daily when we lived in Slidell. Damage to the Bridge in New Orleans

Interesting infographic on hurricane formation and history--could use for the hurricane preparedness patch

Access the latest hurricane news, find out what to do before and after a hurricane, learn how hurricanes work, see images and get hurricane apps.

Hurricane Carla, the first Category 5 hurricane of the 1961 season, hitting Galveston, Texas (as a Category 4 hurricane) on September 11, 1961.

TX, Galveston, Murdoch's - Hurricane Carla, the first Category 5 hurricane of the 1961 season, hitting Galveston (as a Category 4 hurricane) on September

“I have little doubt Irma will go down as one of the most infamous in Atlantic hurricane history.”

Hurricane Irma: ‘Everything Is Under Water, I Mean Everything’

The paths of every hurricane and cyclone detected since 1842, from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration IBTrACS database. Map generated by the NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory.

170 Years of the World's Hurricane Tracks on One Dark and Stormy Map

170 years of the world’s hurricane tracks on one dark and stormy map from Wired mag.

Facts about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the effect on New Orleans on the anniversary of the disastrous storm.

Hurricane Katrina History and Numbers (Infographic)

Facts about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the effect on New Orleans on the anniversary of the disastrous storm.

The only remaining house near the beach for miles  after the1900 Storm. The Great Galveston Storm of Sept. 8–9, 1900, was the worst natural disaster in U.S. history in terms of human life. Loss of life has been estimated at 6,000 to 8,000, but the exact number has never been determined.

The only remaining house near the beach for miles after the 1900 Storm. The Great Galveston Storm of was the worst natural disaster in U. history in terms of loss of human life, which has been estimated at 6000 - 8000

8,000 died on Sept. 8, 1900 in Hurricane in Galveston.

This web page has many links (on the right hand side) that correspond to the history of the Galveston Hurricane. There's a word search activity that would be engaging for the students.

New England hurricanes can and do happen. Get the details on hurricanes in the New England area as well as a hurricane history photo gallery. Details about three major hurricanes to hit the Northern portions of the East Coast of the United States make every person feel unsafe about the possibilities of a hurricane hitting their hometown!

Do Hurricanes Hurt the Ocean?

Hurricanes and typhoons are powerful windstorms, but their greatest danger often comes from wind-generated waves, known as storm surge.

Here's an awesome infographic all about the iconic trench coat. Shop our trench coats in our officially authorized Walter Baker boutique.

Here's an awesome infographic all about the iconic trench coat. Shop our trench coats in our officially authorized Walter Baker boutique.

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