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lwebs
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Remember These Storms?
      Mon Sep 10 2012 01:10 PM

Since the year 2000, states like Florida and Louisiana have experienced storms that were devastating and memorable. The history books won't ever compare to your first-hand memories from these storms. The 10 worst since the turn of the century are: Isabel, Charley, Francis, Ivan, Jeanne, Dennis, Katrina, Rita, Wilma, and Ike.

Check out this awesome timeline that shows when, where, and how each hurricane impacted the United States.
Worst Hurricanes of the 21st Century

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