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was a large and intense tropical cyclone that devastated the Greater Miami area and caused catastrophic damage in the Bahamas and the U.S. Gulf Coast in September of the year 1926, accruing a US$100 million damage toll. As a result of the devastation wrought by the hurricane in Florida, the Land Boom in Florida ended. The hurricane represented an early start to the Great Depression in the aftermath of the state's 1920s land boom. It has been estimated that a similar hurricane would cause about $235 billion in damage if it were to hit Miami in 2018. Steadily strengthening as it tracked west-northwestward, the tropical storm reached hurricane intensity the next day. As a result of scattered observations at open sea, however, no ship encountered the storm until September 15, by which time the cyclone had reached major hurricane intensity north of the Virgin Islands. Strengthening continued up until the following day, when the storm reached peak intensity with a strength equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane. This intensity was maintained as the storm tracked across the Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas to landfall near Miami on September 18. The cyclone caused immense destruction throughout the islands and across southern Florida. The storm destroyed hundreds of structures in its path over the islands, leaving thousands of residents homeless. At least 17 deaths occurred on the islands, though many others—some related only indirectly to the storm—were reported in the aftermath. Upon striking South Florida, the cyclone generated hurricane-force winds over a broad swath of the region, causing widespread and severe structural damage from both wind and water. Most of the deaths occurred near Lake Okeechobee, when a large storm surge breached muck dikes and drowned hundreds of people. The hurricane quickly traversed the Florida peninsula before emerging into the Gulf of Mexico near Fort Myers. The storm flooded surrounding communities and barrier islands, while strong winds downed trees and disrupted electrical service. The storm later made two landfalls with weaker intensities on Alabama and Mississippi on September 20 and 21, respectively. The storm caused additional but less severe damage in those states, primarily from heavy rains and storm surge. Land interaction caused the cyclone to deteriorate and later dissipate on September 22. The 1926 hurricane is known primarily for its impacts and lasting aftermath in South Florida, particularly in the Miami area. Effects were concentrated around Florida's southeastern coast and south-central Florida, with additional impacts in Northwest Florida. Damage figures from the storm in the state alone reached US$75 million and accounted for most of the damage that the tropical cyclone produced. initial estimates suggested that the death toll would likely be over 1,000 in Miami alone with an additional 2,000 injured. Nonetheless, the grave number of casualties forced resorts to serve as temporary morgues and hospitals. Homes and office buildings were used to serve as refugee camps for the approximately 38,000 people displaced by the hurricane.

In April, NOAA updated its classifications for average and above-average storm seasons. While previously an average hurricane season was one with 12 named storms and six hurricanes, now the average is considered 14 named storms and seven hurricanes. NOAA says the higher averages may be influenced both by improved observation methods and by warming oceans caused by climate change.Last year was the first hurricane season Miami had with the double whammy of a global pandemic that came with public-health guidelines urging people to stay home, complicating hurricane shelter plans. While the overall state of emergency from COVID-19 has calmed down since last summer, the pandemic is still very much a thing, and emergency managers are still looking to mitigate risks from the virus in their hurricane plans. Hurricane Sam has strengthened to a Category 2 storm Friday night and is expected to become a major hurricane Saturday, according to the National Hurricane Service. Hurricane Sam had maximum sustained winds of 100 mph as it moved west-northwest at 12 mph over 1,200 miles east-southeast of the northern Leeward Islands, according to the latest NHC.Tropical Depression 18 has formed Wednesday in the eastern Atlantic Ocean, while Peter degenerated into a remnant low and Rose is on its last legs. Tropical Depression 18 has winds of 35 mph and is located under 2,000 miles east-southeast of the northern Leeward Islands, according to the National Hurricane Center’s latest advisory. Both Rose and Peter have weakened to tropical depressions late Tuesday, with neither system expected to impact the United States. The National Hurricane Center’s latest advisory has Peter with winds of 35 mph just northeast of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Peter is expected to make an eventual turn to the north and drift away from land before dying out. A tropical depression has formed about 670 miles east of the Northern Leeward Islands. The depression has maximum sustained winds of 35 mph with higher gusts. The National Hurricane Center forecasts that it will become a tropical storm by Sunday and could pass the north of the northern Leeward Islands by Monday or Tuesday. There are no coastal watc. The disappearance of a potential subtropical storm in the middle of the Atlantic Friday left the ocean clear of any threats with less than three weeks to go before hurricane season ends Nov. 30. While no one will rule out any late-season action, the season has been extraordinarily quiet since early October, with just a single tropical storm forming since then. Tropical Storm Victor, the season’s 20th named storm, is forecast to have 70 mph winds Friday, just 4 mph below hurricane strength. (Source: www.sun-sentinel.com)

MIAMI

The Huracan RWD Spyder in Miami, Florida represents breathtaking technology and an absolute masterpiece when it comes to rear-wheel drive Spyders. When style meets performance, that’s where the Huracan RWD Spyder comes in, in Miami. The Huracan RWD Spyder combines a new exterior design with the formidable and powerful Lamborghini V10 engine, able to unleash its power to the rear wheels. Every driving moment will become an adrenaline rush, and the sky above you opens up in just 17 seconds thanks to an extremely lightweight soft top that embodies the finest Italian taste and craftsmanship. Here is the Lamborghini Huracan RWD Spyder in Miami, Florida. The Lamborghini Huracán RWD Spyder in Miami integrates the exclusive ANIMA (Adaptive Network Intelligent MAnagement) technology, which allows Miami drivers to adapt the vehicle’s behavior to your driving needs. If you are looking for thrills and fun while driving, then you will love the slight oversteering capabilities of the SPORT setting. On the other hand, the CORSA setting allows you to enjoy a racing-style drive. The STRADA setting will provide a comfortable ride with maximum grip, while you enjoy the pleasure of travelling with the wind through your hair. The Huracán RWD Spyder allows you to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds and reach a maximum speed of 319 km/h. 2020 KBB.com 10 Favorite New-for-2020 Cars At Midway Ford-Miami, we offer the lowest pricing and personal service directly through the Internet Department; providing you with a Hassle Free Buying Experience. Midway Ford is a Family Owned and Operated Dealer celebrating our 40th Anniversary, offering the South Florida Community the best service and selection of new and used cars and trucks, as well as Ford Certified Pre Owned Vehicles. We are For more information and details please contact our Internet Sales Dept. At Midway Ford-Miami, we offer the lowest pricing and personal service directly through the Internet Department; providing you with a Hassle Free Buying Experience. Midway Ford is a Family Owned and Operated Dealer celebrating our 40th Anniversary, offering the South Florida Community the best service and selection of new and used cars and trucks, as well as Ford Certified Pre Owned Vehicles. We are For more information and details please contact our Internet Sales Dept. Steadily strengthening as it tracked west-northwestward, the tropical storm reached hurricane intensity the next day. As a result of scattered observations at open sea, however, no ship encountered the storm until September 15, by which time the cyclone had reached major hurricane intensity north of the Virgin Islands. Strengthening continued up until the following day, when the storm reached peak intensity with a strength equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane. This intensity was maintained as the storm tracked across the Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas to landfall near Miami on September 18.

Soup kitchens were set up in Miami's business district in order to serve food to the recently displaced and as a source for clean drinking water that was contaminated in other areas. The first aid arriving from outside the impacted areas was a relief train guarded by state militiamen that carted medical staff, medicine, potable water, and other relief supplies into Miami immediately following the storm's passage.The University of Miami, located in Coral Gables, had been founded in 1925 and opened its doors for the first time just days after the hurricane passed. The university's athletic teams were nicknamed the Hurricanes in memory of this catastrophe. The school's mascot is Sebastian, an ibis. The ibis is a small white bird that can be seen around South Florida, including on the UM campus. According to folklore, the ibis is the last bird to leave before a hurricane strikes and the first to return after the storm, hence its selection for the school mascot. Last year was the first hurricane season Miami had with the double whammy of a global pandemic that came with public-health guidelines urging people to stay home, complicating hurricane shelter plans. While the overall state of emergency from COVID-19 has calmed down since last summer, the pandemic is still very much a thing, and emergency managers are still looking to mitigate risks from the virus in their hurricane plans. When you’ve already got an incredible vehicle on your hands, one that has taken everything that the engineers learned from the first several years of its life and ramped them all up to create an even better second-generation model, it’s hard to imagine topping it. Yet, just a few months after the original model’s introduction, Lamborghini did the one thing that could make the Huracan EVO even better… they made it a convertible. Introducing the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan EVO Spyder in North Miami Beach FL! The next step in the evolution of the Lamborghini Huracan has been introduced and it’s absolutely incredible. If you thought the step up from the Performante to the EVO was impressive, just wait until you get a glimpse at the Huracan STO. It will be one of the most stylish vehicles cruising the streets of North Miami Beach FL, but just as well-equipped to take on any track you take it to. That’s because it’s not just an Huracan, it’s a Huracan built for the road but homologated from the Super Trofeo EVO and GT3 EVO racecars. In other words, it’s basically a street-legal racecar. URGENT - WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service Miami FL 302 AM EST Mon Jan 24 2022 Glades-Hendry-Inland Palm Beach-Inland Collier-Inland Broward- Including the cities of Palmdale, Moore Haven, Clewiston, LaBelle, Big Cypress Seminole Reservation, Pahokee, South Bay, Belle Glade, Wellington, Lion Country Safari, South County Regional Park, Immokalee, Miccosukee Indian Reservation, and Markham Park 302 AM EST Mon Jan 24 2022 ...FROST ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 AM EST THIS MORNING.. Hurricanes turned out to be a bigger threat to New York City this year than to Miami. The Florida peninsula escaped any landfalls during the third-busiest season in history, a season that produced eight strikes on the United States. (Source: www.sun-sentinel.com)

BEACH

Cities as far north as Lake Park (then called Kelsey City) and West Palm Beach in Palm Beach County reported many roofs blown off, numerous small buildings destroyed, walls blown down, windows shattered, and trees, shrubs, and other objects torn apart or uprooted.In response to the widespread destruction of buildings on Miami Beach, John J. Farrey was appointed chief building, plumbing and electrical inspector. He initiated and enforced the first building code in the United States, which more than 5,000 US cities duplicated.When you’ve already got an incredible vehicle on your hands, one that has taken everything that the engineers learned from the first several years of its life and ramped them all up to create an even better second-generation model, it’s hard to imagine topping it. Yet, just a few months after the original model’s introduction, Lamborghini did the one thing that could make the Huracan EVO even better… they made it a convertible. Introducing the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan EVO Spyder in North Miami Beach FL!

The next step in the evolution of the Lamborghini Huracan has been introduced and it’s absolutely incredible. If you thought the step up from the Performante to the EVO was impressive, just wait until you get a glimpse at the Huracan STO. It will be one of the most stylish vehicles cruising the streets of North Miami Beach FL, but just as well-equipped to take on any track you take it to. That’s because it’s not just an Huracan, it’s a Huracan built for the road but homologated from the Super Trofeo EVO and GT3 EVO racecars. In other words, it’s basically a street-legal racecar. URGENT - WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service Miami FL 302 AM EST Mon Jan 24 2022 Glades-Hendry-Inland Palm Beach-Inland Collier-Inland Broward- Including the cities of Palmdale, Moore Haven, Clewiston, LaBelle, Big Cypress Seminole Reservation, Pahokee, South Bay, Belle Glade, Wellington, Lion Country Safari, South County Regional Park, Immokalee, Miccosukee Indian Reservation, and Markham Park 302 AM EST Mon Jan 24 2022 ...FROST ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 AM EST THIS MORNING. Coastal Hazard Message National Weather Service Miami FL 252 AM EST Mon Jan 24 2022 Coastal Palm Beach- 252 AM EST Mon Jan 24 2022 ...HIGH SURF ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 7 PM EST THIS EVENING... ...HIGH RIP CURRENT RISK REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH THIS EVENING. IMPACTS...Dangerous swimming and surfing conditions and localized beach erosion. Rip currents can sweep even the best swimmers away from shore into deeper water. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Inexperienced swimmers should remain out of the water due to dangerous surf conditions. Swim near a lifeguard. If caught in a rip current, relax and float. Don't swim against the current. If able, swim in a direction following the shoreline. If unable to escape, face the shore and call or wave for help. (Source:www.sun-sentinel.com))

DAY

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Steadily strengthening as it tracked west-northwestward, the tropical storm reached hurricane intensity the next day. As a result of scattered observations at open sea, however, no ship encountered the storm until September 15, by which time the cyclone had reached major hurricane intensity north of the Virgin Islands. Strengthening continued up until the following day, when the storm reached peak intensity with a strength equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane. This intensity was maintained as the storm tracked across the Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas to landfall near Miami on September 18. Strengthening continued into September 16 as the hurricane reached a strength equivalent to that of a Category 4 on the modern-day Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale. Although no official minimum pressure readings were taken in the area at the time, the tropical cyclone peaked in wind-based intensity at 18:00 UTC on September 16 with sustained winds of 150 mph (241 km/h), near the uppermost limit of the modern-day ranking Category 4. The University of Miami, located in Coral Gables, had been founded in 1925 and opened its doors for the first time just days after the hurricane passed. The university's athletic teams were nicknamed the Hurricanes in memory of this catastrophe. The school's mascot is Sebastian, an ibis. The ibis is a small white bird that can be seen around South Florida, including on the UM campus. According to folklore, the ibis is the last bird to leave before a hurricane strikes and the first to return after the storm, hence its selection for the school mascot. Farther E, a robust surface trough extends from 26N29W to 11N41W. To the E of the trough, a large area of fresh to strong mainly E winds dominate. These winds have generated swell that is causing seas of 7 to 9 ft to reach as far W as around 40W. In addition, a broad area of scattered moderate convection is noted from 17N to 26N between 22W and 34W. This trough and associated active weather is expected to move W to NW over the next few days, before weakening late in the week. Elsewhere across the central and tropical Atlantic mainly moderate trades dominate with seas of 5 to 7 ft. Dealer appears to run ads for vehicles that aren't available to gather interested buyers, them offers them other cars. This sponsored listing is still up days after we were told this vehicle isn't available. (Source: www.cargurus.com)

FI

When you’ve already got an incredible vehicle on your hands, one that has taken everything that the engineers learned from the first several years of its life and ramped them all up to create an even better second-generation model, it’s hard to imagine topping it. Yet, just a few months after the original model’s introduction, Lamborghini did the one thing that could make the Huracan EVO even better… they made it a convertible. Introducing the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan EVO Spyder in North Miami Beach FL! The next step in the evolution of the Lamborghini Huracan has been introduced and it’s absolutely incredible. If you thought the step up from the Performante to the EVO was impressive, just wait until you get a glimpse at the Huracan STO. It will be one of the most stylish vehicles cruising the streets of North Miami Beach FL, but just as well-equipped to take on any track you take it to. That’s because it’s not just an Huracan, it’s a Huracan built for the road but homologated from the Super Trofeo EVO and GT3 EVO racecars. In other words, it’s basically a street-legal racecar.

For the forecast west of 65W, weak low pressure is likely to form along the stationary front NE of the Bahamas today, then lift NE and out of the area Tue, as the front dissipates. Another low pressure will move offshore FL Tue night, with strong to near gale-force northerly winds likely behind its associated cold front Wed night and Thu. URGENT - WEATHER MESSAGE National Weather Service Miami FL 302 AM EST Mon Jan 24 2022 Glades-Hendry-Inland Palm Beach-Inland Collier-Inland Broward- Including the cities of Palmdale, Moore Haven, Clewiston, LaBelle, Big Cypress Seminole Reservation, Pahokee, South Bay, Belle Glade, Wellington, Lion Country Safari, South County Regional Park, Immokalee, Miccosukee Indian Reservation, and Markham Park 302 AM EST Mon Jan 24 2022 ...FROST ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 AM EST THIS MORNING... (Source: www.sun-sentinel.com)

FLORIDA

The Huracan RWD Spyder in Miami, Florida represents breathtaking technology and an absolute masterpiece when it comes to rear-wheel drive Spyders. When style meets performance, that’s where the Huracan RWD Spyder comes in, in Miami. The Huracan RWD Spyder combines a new exterior design with the formidable and powerful Lamborghini V10 engine, able to unleash its power to the rear wheels. Every driving moment will become an adrenaline rush, and the sky above you opens up in just 17 seconds thanks to an extremely lightweight soft top that embodies the finest Italian taste and craftsmanship. Here is the Lamborghini Huracan RWD Spyder in Miami, Florida. On the one hand, Miami drivers will have the incredible power and acceleration of a mid-mount naturally aspirated V-10. On the other, you can take advantage of technologies such as the Lamborghini Double Clutch (Lamborghini Doppia Frizione – LDF) transmission and rear wheel drive, which provide you with the kind of performance that maximizes your driving pleasure. This means you can have all the power you need and at the same time the fun, exhilarating drive you desire every day in Miami Florida. 2020 KBB.com 10 Favorite New-for-2020 Cars At Midway Ford-Miami, we offer the lowest pricing and personal service directly through the Internet Department; providing you with a Hassle Free Buying Experience. Midway Ford is a Family Owned and Operated Dealer celebrating our 40th Anniversary, offering the South Florida Community the best service and selection of new and used cars and trucks, as well as Ford Certified Pre Owned Vehicles. We are For more information and details please contact our Internet Sales Dept. At Midway Ford-Miami, we offer the lowest pricing and personal service directly through the Internet Department; providing you with a Hassle Free Buying Experience. Midway Ford is a Family Owned and Operated Dealer celebrating our 40th Anniversary, offering the South Florida Community the best service and selection of new and used cars and trucks, as well as Ford Certified Pre Owned Vehicles. We are For more information and details please contact our Internet Sales Dept.

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NORTH

Both Rose and Peter have weakened to tropical depressions late Tuesday, with neither system expected to impact the United States. The National Hurricane Center’s latest advisory has Peter with winds of 35 mph just northeast of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Peter is expected to make an eventual turn to the north and drift away from land before dying out. R... A tropical depression has formed about 670 miles east of the Northern Leeward Islands. The depression has maximum sustained winds of 35 mph with higher gusts. The National Hurricane Center forecasts that it will become a tropical storm by Sunday and could pass the north of the northern Leeward Islands by Monday or Tuesday. There are no coastal watc.. The next step in the evolution of the Lamborghini Huracan has been introduced and it’s absolutely incredible. If you thought the step up from the Performante to the EVO was impressive, just wait until you get a glimpse at the Huracan STO. It will be one of the most stylish vehicles cruising the streets of North Miami Beach FL, but just as well-equipped to take on any track you take it to. That’s because it’s not just an Huracan, it’s a Huracan built for the road but homologated from the Super Trofeo EVO and GT3 EVO racecars. In other words, it’s basically a street-legal racecar.

When you’ve already got an incredible vehicle on your hands, one that has taken everything that the engineers learned from the first several years of its life and ramped them all up to create an even better second-generation model, it’s hard to imagine topping it. Yet, just a few months after the original model’s introduction, Lamborghini did the one thing that could make the Huracan EVO even better… they made it a convertible. Introducing the 2020 Lamborghini Huracan EVO Spyder in North Miami Beach FL! On September 16, the United States Weather Bureau advised caution to ships tracking in Bahamian waters and the Florida Strait. The first tropical cyclone warning associated with the storm was a northeast storm warning issued on September 17 for the Florida coast from Jupiter Inlet to Key West, Florida. Warnings along the United States Eastern Seaboard eventually stretched as far north as Charleston, South Carolina, upon the storm's first landfall. Additional warnings were posted for the United States Gulf Coast on September 19 and covered coastal areas from Apalachicola, Florida, to Burrwood, Louisiana. Information on the storm as ascertained by the U.S. Weather Bureau was relayed by various radio and local press services, though the bureau specifically acknowledged the Mobile Register for their efforts in disseminating storm details.Steadily strengthening as it tracked west-northwestward, the tropical storm reached hurricane intensity the next day. As a result of scattered observations at open sea, however, no ship encountered the storm until September 15, by which time the cyclone had reached major hurricane intensity north of the Virgin Islands. Strengthening continued up until the following day, when the storm reached peak intensity with a strength equivalent to a Category 4 hurricane. This intensity was maintained as the storm tracked across the Turks and Caicos and the Bahamas to landfall near Miami on September 18. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

 

 

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