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Upper Texas Coast Tropical Cyclones in the 1910s

[Details of Storms in 1910s]


Map of 1910s Storms


HURRICANE Hurricane - Cat. 2* /
S of LCH
8/7/18 Pk. Wnd - 85 kt
Pressure - 960mb
Fast moving; 25 mile wide destruction area; * - Hurrtrak data indicated a Category 2 status; NHC/TPC documents had peak at a Category 3
HURRICANE Hurricane - Cat. 3 /
W of GLS
8/17/15 Pk. Wnd - 105 kt
Pressure - 953mb
275 dead; 120 mph winds in Galveston; $50 million damage; Was a Category 4 well offshore, but weakened to a Category 3 by landfall


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