Date: November 2004

This hurricane season may prove to be the costliest in U.S. history. First, there was Charley, which slammed into Florida's west coast Aug. 13 with sustained winds of 145 mph. Wind gusts as high as 105 mph were recorded in Orlando as this stormed crossed the state and headed up the eastern seaboard.

Frances made landfall Sept. 5 35 miles north of West Palm Beach with maximum sustained winds at 105 mph. This storm made a second landfall as a tropical storm ...


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