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NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) Collection
Catalog of Images

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Tropical Storm Debra approaching landfall near the Texas-Louisiana border
8/28/78 2101Z
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Tropical Storm Debra approaching landfall near the Texas-Louisiana border
8/28/78 2301Z
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Hurricane Ella approaching closest point of approach to U.S. mainland
9/01/78 1732Z
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Hurricane Ella near closest point of approach to U.S. mainland
9/01/78 1831Z
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Hurricane Ella near closest point of approach to U.S. mainland Within a few hours of this image Ella made a right-angle turn to the northeast The storm then accelerated towards the northeast and skirted Newfoundland
9/01/78 2201Z
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Hurricane Norman south of Cabo San Lucas, Baja California
9/01/78 2231Z
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Hurricane Norman south of Cabo San Lucas, Baja California
9/02/78 1601Z
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Hurricane Greta skirting the north shore of Honduras
9/17/78 2204Z
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Hurricane Greta in the Gulf of Honduras
9/18/78 1534Z
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Hurricane Greta making landfall at Belize
9/18/78 1801Z
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Typhoon Kerry east of the Solomon Islands
2/13/79 0600Z
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Typhoon Kerry east of the Solomon Islands
2/13/79 0600Z
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Typhoon Kerry in Coral Sea
2/20/79 0148Z
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Typhoon Kerry in the Coral Sea
2/19/79 0600Z
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Hurricane David - in tropical wave stage in eastern tropical Atlantic Ocean On far right of image.
8/23/79 1730Z
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Hurricane David approaching the Caribbean Sea.
8/28/79 1330Z
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Hurricane David making landfall on the Georgia coast.
9/4/79 2100Z
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Hurricane Fred approaching landfall in Mississippi
9/12/79 1800Z
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Hurricane Fred after landfall
9/12/79 22Z
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Hurricane Andrew - visible image from METEOSAT 3 Andrew was approaching the Florida coast
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Hurricane Andrew - water vapor satellite image by METEOSAT 3 August 19, 1992 image also shows upper level low to the north of Andrew
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Hurricane Andrew - infrared image at maximum intensity August 23, 1992
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Hurricane Andrew - visible satellite image taken by METEOSAT 3 This picture depicts Andrew during period of maximum intensity over Bahamas August 23, 1992
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Hurricane Andrew - infrared image taken by GOES 7 Andrew is crossing the Florida coast and making landfall August 24, 1992, at Dade County, Florida
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Hurricane Andrew - WSI radar composite of Andrew making landfall August 24, 1992, at Dade County, Florida
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Hurricane Andrew - WSR-88D radar image as Andrew made landfall August 24, 1992 at Dade County, Florida
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Hurricane Andrew - Storm tide data and contours in feet - green area inundated August 24, 1992 at Dade County, Florida
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Hurricane Andrew -Sewell Park at the mouth of the Miami River On a normal day
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Hurricane Andrew -Sewell Park at the mouth of the Miami River Just after daybreak on August 24, 1992
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Hurricane Andrew - The marina Gables by the Sea after the storm surge
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Hurricane Andrew - Kings Bay townhomes @ $750K each Double whammy from Andrew - upper windows blown out by winds before eye Debris in foreground result of storm surge moving through lower levels
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Hurricane Andrew - Buildings on the Deering Estate Still-water marks from storm surge measured at 16.5 feet
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Hurricane Andrew - An ocean-going tugboat left high and dry by storm surge. Boat is on the 174th Street side of the canal. Road in the background is old Cutler Road. A storm surge of 16.9 feet occurred a few blocks from here at the Burger King world headquarters.
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Hurricane Andrew - Even the chief executive officer wasn't spared Office of Corporate Executive Officer of Burger King World Headquarters
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Hurricane Andrew - Two vehicles remain in garage but overturned by force of wind
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Hurricane Andrew - A section of Pinewoods Villa Note uneven damage pattern
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Hurricane Andrew - A ground view of the devastation in Pinewoods Villa
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Hurricane Andrew - Another view of the Pinewoods Villa area
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Hurricane Andrew - Pine trees snapped by force of wind at Pinewoods Villa
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Hurricane Andrew - Homes in Saga Bay area Note debris from storm surge in lower left of picture
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Hurricane Andrew - Six adults crowded into interior closet of this home They all survived
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Hurricane Andrew - Shearwall of apartment building literally pealed off by winds
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Hurricane Andrew - Uneven damage pattern in Lakes by the Bay development
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Hurricane Andrew - Boat damage at Black Point Marina Wind and surge from this Category 4 storm tossed boats about like toys
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Hurricane Andrew - Boat stack storage facility destroyed by wind This structure was built with steel beams Boat damage total from Andrew approached $500 million
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Hurricane Andrew - winds dragged this sailboat inland over marshland
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Hurricane Andrew - A piece of plywood driven through the trunk of a royal palm
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Hurricane Andrew - A 1X4 board driven through the trunk of a royal palm 30 feet above ground level
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Hurricane Andrew - Closeup of 1X4 board driven through the trunk of a royal palm
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Hurricane Andrew - Vehicle picked and deposited on wall and other vehicle Vehicles belonged to CNN reporter and Hurricane Center employee Hurricane Center employee learned of damage to vehicle watching CNN

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