August 2, 1995
National Hurricane Center Summary of Hurricane Erin
Hurricane Erin struck east central Florida on August 2, 1995. In addition to hurricane force winds and storm surge during landfall, mesoscale impacts of a back-side rainband included tornadoes and significant flooding.
1048 PM 8/1/95 Erin's eye east of Stuart, Florida.
1109 PM 8/1/95 Erin's gains strength southeast of Ft. Pierce.
1134 PM 8/1/95 Strong rainbands approach shore near Vero Beach.
1209 AM 8/2/95 Erin's eye east of Fort Pierce.
1247 AM 8/2/95 Erin's eye east of Vero Beach - strong rainbands over Brevard County.
0112 AM 8/2/95 Closeup of eye nearing Vero Beach.
0132 AM 8/2/95 Hurricane force Doppler velocity measurements of eye wall bands approaching Brevard county.
0213 AM 8/2/95 - Erin's eye moving inland south of Sebastian Inlet.
0248 AM 8/2/95 Strongest winds associated with Erin on east coast. Green is hurricane force winds moving toward coast - red is hurricane force winds moving inland.
0521 AM 8/2/95 Eye of Erin moving inland south of Orlando.
0521 AM 8/2/95 Hurricane force winds shown on Doppler radar south of Orlando.
Hurricane Erin Damage Pictures
Coast Guard rescues ship crew in wake of Erin - three crew members lost.
updated: Aug 2 2011 mrv