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Hurricane Joan

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Thelor Almaguer

on 30 September 2013

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Transcript of Hurricane Joan

Hurricane Joan
Hurricane Joan took place in the Caribbean and Central America.
Hurricane Joan made landfall on October 22, 1998.
It was a category 4 hurricane. Caused massive flooding in the Caribbean and Central America. About $2 million in damage. Widespread suffering and economic issues.
Wind speeds up to 145 mph.
There was 200+ deaths.
Ten facts:
1. Joan was renamed Marriam when it crossed into the Pacific Ocean.
2. Last storm for both the 1988 Atlantic and Pacific oceans hurricane season.
3. Path was highly unusual.
4. It was unusual because it survived the passage from the Atlantic to
5. When is was all over, it left 110+ people unaccounted for.
6. Columbia had $1 million+ in damage.
7. Nicaragua had the most casualties, with 148-248 deaths.
8. Made landfall in Bluefields, Nicaragua.
9. Developed off the coast of Africa on October 5th.
10. Nicaragua had $751.1 million in damage.
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