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A towering tornado ripped its way through the middle of Miami, Biscayne Bay and Miami Beach right after lunch on May 12, 1997, smashing cars and windows, tossing trees skyward and scaring the dickens out of thousands of people who were transfixed by the uncanny sight. No one was seriously injured.
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Hurricane Jeanne proves disaster can strike twice in same place
Hurricane Jeanne made landfall near Stuart, Fla. on September 25, 2004 as a Category 3 storm. The area was still trying to recover from Hurricane Frances, which struck nearly the same spot in Martin County three weeks earlier. A year later, more than 1,100 people were still living in Federal Emergency Management Agency trailers in Martin and St. Lucie counties.
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Made in the shade, lucky dogs!
Cesar Reyes relaxes at Hobie Beach along the Rickenbacker Causeway with Yogi, a 5-year-old Lhasa Apso.
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Newspaper page reprints of Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald coverage of hurricanes.
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The Big One: Hurricane Andrew
Pages from the coverage of Hurricane Andrew by The Miami Herald.
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Hurricane Cleo packed a punch, left a mess
Cleo was the first hurricane of the 1964 season. "Just" a Category 2 storm, Cleo hit the state at an angle that caused notable damage in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
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Hurricane Donna, the unforgetable storm
In 1960, Hurricane Donna brought 175-mile-per hour winds to much of Florida and parts of the East Coast of the United States, all the way to New England. For generations, Donna was the storm all other hurricanes were measured against.
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Hurricane Mitch punched the Keys as a Tropical Storm
In 1998 Tropical Storm Mitch left a path of destruction in the Keys. The storm especially took its toll on Keys beaches and in mobile home and recreational vehicle parks. But the cost was light compared to the murderous impact Mitch had exacted as a hurricane in Central America.