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Major Frankenstorm Hazel in October, 1954 brought 98 MPH winds to Washington DC – the highest ever recorded.

 
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Major Frankenstorm Hazel in October, 1954 brought 98 MPH winds to Washington DC – the highest ever recorded.
Some clown is going to say Sandy is UNPRECEDENTED! Humans are to blame!

Let's go back in time. People should keep the following in the back of their minds.


"Major Frankenstorm Hazel in October, 1954 brought 98 MPH winds to Washington DC – the highest ever recorded. A cold front collided with a major hurricane. No one was stupid enough in 1954 to blame the storm on CO2."


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Re: Major Frankenstorm Hazel in October, 1954 brought 98 MPH winds to Washington DC – the highest ever recorded.
Will Al Gore open his mouth? Will he blame you and me as being responsible for Sandy?
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Re: Major Frankenstorm Hazel in October, 1954 brought 98 MPH winds to Washington DC – the highest ever recorded.
I lived through Hazel in Baltimore.
Ripped off a neighbor's roof.
We were kids huddled in the club basement.
The house was shaking.
We thought the house was going to take off
like Dorothy's.
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Re: Major Frankenstorm Hazel in October, 1954 brought 98 MPH winds to Washington DC – the highest ever recorded.
I lived through Hazel in Baltimore.
Ripped off a neighbor's roof.
We were kids huddled in the club basement.
The house was shaking.
We thought the house was going to take off
like Dorothy's.
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G'day. I lived through Cyclone Alby.
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Re: Major Frankenstorm Hazel in October, 1954 brought 98 MPH winds to Washington DC – the highest ever recorded.
Sure enough, idiots proclaiming SANDY is "unprecedented" are now surfacing in the MSM.

Fuckwits!
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Re: Major Frankenstorm Hazel in October, 1954 brought 98 MPH winds to Washington DC – the highest ever recorded.
Hazel was a Cat 4 for the record when it made landfall.
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10/29/2012 09:25 AM
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Re: Major Frankenstorm Hazel in October, 1954 brought 98 MPH winds to Washington DC – the highest ever recorded.
Another Frankenstorm hit in 1938. Look at the death and damage toll.




“The storm formed near the coast of Africa in September of the 1938 Atlantic hurricane season, becoming a Category 5 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale before making landfall as a Category 3 hurricane[1] on Long Island on September 21. The hurricane was estimated to have killed between 682 and 800 people,[2] damaged or destroyed over 57,000 homes, and caused property losses estimated at US$306 million ($4.7 Billion in 2012).[3] Even as late as 1951, damaged trees and buildings were still seen in the affected areas.[4] It remains the most powerful, costliest and deadliest hurricane in recent New England history, eclipsed in landfall intensity perhaps only by the Great Colonial Hurricane of 1635.”

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