Hurricane zeta georgia

Hurricane zeta georgia

Hurricane zeta Georgia

A preview of gta 4.Hurricane zeta georgia was an earthquake, cyclone, and hurricane all at once, but it hit the southeastern United States in late August 2004. The storm, of category five strength, was causing major damage along the coast. The storm actually reached category six at one point, but then it weakened before making landfall as a category four.


Numerous tropical cyclone watches and warnings were issued in areas that had already dealt with other tropical cyclones throughout the season, including Hurricane Delta, which took a near-identical track three weeks prior. States of emergencies were issued in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Heavy rain in Jamaica led to a landslide that killed a man and his daughter when it hit their family home on October 24. Strong winds and storm surge knocked down tree branches onto flooded streets in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, near where Zeta made landfall in Mexico. Heavy rain, storm surge, and strong winds also impacted the Southeastern United States and at least six fatalities have been confirmed in the region. Downed power lines and numerous crashes were a result in New England after the remnants of the system brought heavy accumulating snow to parts of New England. Overall, Zeta caused at least $4.4 billion in damage throughout its path: $3.9 billion in the United States and $50 million in the Caribbean.

It continued to strengthen until it reached its peak intensity, as a category 3 hurricane, with sustained winds of 115 mph (185 km/h) and a minimum barometric pressure of 970 mbar (28.65 inHg), as it made landfall near Cocodrie, Louisiana, at 21:00 UTC. This made Zeta the latest major hurricane to strike the continental United States in the calendar year on record, surpassing the 1921 Tampa Bay hurricane. Here are the 4 AM CDT Key Messages for Tropical Storm #Zeta, which is racing across the southeastern United States with damaging gusty winds and heavy rainfall. For more information particular to your area, visit https://t.co/SiZo8ohZMN pic.twitter.com/73tKR0RYrL (Source: www.11alive.com)


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