What Is Florida’s Hurricane History? | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC

What Is Florida’s Hurricane History? | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC
What Is Florida’s Hurricane History? | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC
Our friends in Florida are preparing for Hurricane Dorian, it’s already a category 2 storm that could become a category 4 by the time it makes landfall, which could happen late Monday. The last time Florida was hit by a storm of that magnitude was in 2017. You just heard money about that hurricane Irma. That’S dormant blame for the deaths of at least six million Floridian. That’S nearly two million people to evacuate Florida landfall as a category 4 storm and 30 miles per hour, is going to be the strongest hurricane to strike Florida East since Andrew in 1992. Andrew, you will recall, was a category 5 at landfall. It reach maximum sustained winds of 165 miles per hour and it was blame for the deaths of 65 people in the United States. That is not anticipated right now. It would join the likes of last year’s October hurricane Michael, that’s dorm group, from a tropical depression to a category five inside of three days and was responsible for 59. You death’s door and is on track to become the third consecutive hurricane of any size to hit the State of Florida before or mine 2017. The last time a hurricane even touch the state was Hurricane, Wilma in 2005 PC fans, thanks for checking out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down there and click on any of the videos here to watch the latest interviews and highlights you can get More MSNBC for free every day with our newsletter, is it msnbc.com newsletters to sign up now.
As Floridians prepare for Hurricane Dorian, which could potentially become a category 4 storm by the time it makes landfall, Ali Velshi breaks down the history of hurricanes in Florida.
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