1871 Aug 25th a 105mph hurricane comes ashore just north while moving NW
1896 bd October cat one
1898 aug 2nd 80mph
1928 august a cat one
1928 1 month later a cat 3
1933 a hurricane from East sept 3rd winds over 125mph heavy damage 75% of roofs blown off population only 5,100 at the time 2 killed citrus loss nearly complete.
1933 in September a Cat 3 almost in the same area
1939 a cat one in august from the Southeast
1949a cat 4 just south on August 26th unofficial gust to 160mph many homes destroyed,52 million in damage here 2 killed,Jenson bch causeway completely wiped out.
1947 broward hit by a cat 4 but this area got heavy winds too by large hurricane
1950 oct 18th hurricane King hits 25 miles to the west with 80mph winds causing heavy bch erosion here
1964 aug 27th hurricane cleo passed as a cat 1 with 85mph winds to the west
1964 Hurricane Isabell hits from the SW with 115mph winds Oct 15 after hitting the west coast
1979 sept 3rd hurricane david hits with 85mph gusts here press 28.71 5 ft tides,minor damage
1999 oct 16th hurricane irene 75mph press 29.12 moving NNE @ 10mph dumps very heavy rain & many trees knocked down.
and thats just a handfull there are a lot more that are not mentiond
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