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Sentinel Staff WritersThe western portion of Hurricane Frances' eyewall finally crossed onto land Saturday night, moving over portions of Palm Beach, Martin and St. Lucie counties. The National Hurricane Center said the eye of the hurricane officially made landfall near...
Sun-Sentinel(Published Aug. 26, 1992) Hurricane Andrew turned the lower third of Dade County into a stricken landscape of 50,000 homeless citizens running out of water, food and hope. Damage estimates from Andrew reached $20 billion, making it by far the costliest...
Sun-Sentinel(Published Aug. 25, 1992) The lucky ones lost only a tree or two. The less fortunate lost their roofs, their homes or their lives. Hurricane Andrew arrived in South Florida on Monday morning with 140-mph winds and departed seven hours later, leaving...
Sun-Sentinel(Published Aug. 23, 1992) This is for real. At 2 a.m. today, Hurricane Andrew had reached 120 miles per hour, a category 3 storm. Forecasters predicted it would increase in strength to a category 4 storm, with winds of 131-155 mph. With Andrew taking aim...
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