USA H5 Hurricanes 1900-2015

United States Storms and Hurricanes

USA Storm Tracks 1916-2015

USA H5 Hurricanes 1900-2015 Track History

In the past 100 years, there have been 32 category 5 hurricanes, an average of one category 5 hurricane every 3.12 years. They are shown in twenty year increments. The seven deadliest hurricanes in the U.S. for the past 60 years were not all H5 hurricanes. Topping the list are Katrina, Camille, Diane, Agnes, Floyd, Donna and Betsy.

Total Death Counts
H4 – Katrina 2005 – 1200 dead
H5 – Camille 1969 – 256 dead
H1 – Diane 1955 – 184 dead
H1 – Agnes 1972 – 122 dead
H4 – Donna 1960 – 107 dead
H3 – Betsy 1965 – 75 dead
H4 – Floyd 1999 – 56 dead1996-2015 – There were nine category 5 hurricanes from 1996 to 2015.
1. Mitch 1998 Oct 22, 1998 to Nov 09, 1998
2. Isabel 2003 Sep 06, 2003 to Sep 20, 2003
3. Ivan 2004 Sep 02, 2004 to Sep 24, 2004
4. Emily 2005 Jul 11, 2005 to Jul 21, 2005
5. Katrina 2005 Aug 23, 2005 to Aug 31, 2005
6. Rita 2005 Sep 18, 2005 to Sep 26, 2005
7. Wilma 2005 Oct 15, 2005 to Oct 26, 2005
8. Dean 2007 Aug 13, 2007 to Aug 23, 2007
9. Felix 2007 Aug 31, 2007 to Sep 06, 20071976-1995 – There were six category 5 hurricanes from 1976 to 1995.
1. Anita 1977 Aug 29, 1977 to Sep 03, 1977
2. David 1979 Aug 25, 1979 to Sep 08, 1979
3. Allen 1980 Jul 31, 1980 to Aug 11, 1980
4. Gilbert 1988 Sep 08, 1988 to Sep 20, 1988
5. Hugo 1989 Sep 10, 1989 to Sep 25, 1989
6. Andrew 1992 Aug 16, 1992 to Aug 28, 19921956-1975 – There were seven category 5 hurricanes from 1956 to 1975.
1. Cleo 1958 Aug 11, 1958 to Aug 22, 1958
2. Donna 1960 Aug 29, 1960 to Sep 14, 1960
3. Ethel 1960 Sep 14, 1960 to Sep 17, 1960
4. Carla 1961 Sep 03, 1961 to Sep 16, 1961
5. Beulah 1967 Sep 05, 1967 to Sep 22, 1967
6. Camille 1969 Aug 14, 1969 to Aug 22, 1969
7. Edith 1971 Sep 05, 1971 to Sep 18, 1971

USA H5 Hurricanes 1936-1955
1936-1955 – There were three category 5 hurricanes from 1936 to 1955.
1. UNNAMED 1938 Sep 09, 1938 to Sep 23, 1938
2. Carol 1953 Aug 28, 1953 to Sep 09, 1953
3. Janet 1955 Sep 21, 1955 to Sep 30, 1955

USA H5 Hurricanes 1916-1935
1916-1935 – There were seven category 5 hurricanes from 1936 to 1955.
1. UNNAMED 1924 Oct 14, 1924 to Oct 23, 1924
2. UNNAMED 1928 Sep 06, 1928 to Sep 21, 1928
3. UNNAMED 1932 Aug 30, 1932 to Sep 17, 1932
4. UNNAMED 1932 Oct 30, 1932 to Nov 14, 1932
5. UNNAMED 1933 Aug 22, 1933 to Sep 05, 1933
6. UNNAMED 1933 Sep 16, 1933 to Sep 25, 1933
7. UNNAMED 1935 Aug 29, 1935 to Sep 10, 1935

USA Storm Tracks

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