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1929 Bahamas hurricane

The 1929 Bahamas Hurricane was a high-end Category 4 tropical Cyclone whose Intensity and slow forward Speed led to catastrophic Damage in the Bahamas in september 1929 particularly on Andros and new Providence Islands. Its unpredictable Path and a Lack of nearby Weather Observations made the Hurricane difficult to locate and forecast. The Storm later made two Landfalls in florida killing eleven but causing relatively light Damage. The Storm led to extensive Flooding over the southeastern united States particularly along the Savannah River. 155 People were killed across its Path from the Bahamas to the Mouth of the Saint Lawrence River.

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