Hurricane Floyd, GOES Image, 1999 - stock photo
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Hurricane Floyd, GOES Image, 1999

Hurricane Floyd near peak intensity on September 14, 1999. This image was produced from NOAA GOES satellite. Hurricane Floyd was a very powerful Cape Verde-type hurricane which struck the east coast of the United States. It was the sixth named storm, fourth hurricane, and third major hurricane in the 1999 Atlantic hurricane season. Floyd triggered the third largest evacuation in US history (behind Hurricane Gustav and Hurricane Rita, respectively) when 2.6 million coastal residents of five states were ordered from their homes as it approached. The Cape Verde-type hurricane formed off the coast of Africa and lasted from September 7 to September 19, peaking in strength as a very strong Category 4 hurricane, just 2 mph short of the highest possible rating on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. It was among the largest Atlantic hurricanes of its strength ever recorded.

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Science Source / NOAA-NASA GOES Project/Dennis Chesters

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4800 x 2813 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
16 x 9 inches / 41 x 24 cm

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