Anglerius berichtet hier von einem Sturm, der 1495 den spanisc… [1] The season ended on November 30, which ended the conventional delimitation of the time period when most tropical cyclones form in the Atlantic basin. It strengthened to a tropical storm on the 9th and was named Denise. [5][6] By the next day, the hurricane had become much larger, with characteristics of an extratropical storm despite maintaining the warm thermal core. Later that day, the remnants of Heidi were absorbed into the prevailing weather conditions of the north Atlantic Ocean. The season was of little note except for Hurricanes Katrina and Olivia. After continued strengthening, Beulah became a hurricane on September 8, and two days later reached an initial peak of 150 mph (240 km/h) winds to the southwest of Puerto Rico. [13], The first storm to make landfall, Katrina formed on August 30. The storm gradually strengthened and became the next day. With Eta threatening Florida and the Gulf Coast in a few days, the study’s lead author warned of more damage away from the coast than in the past. [22], Olivia is only one of two major hurricanes to make landfall on eastern side of the Baja California Peninsula the other being Hurricane Kiko of 1989. Dies geht aus dem ersten schriftlichen Nachweis des Wortes überhaupt hervor. It rapidly weakened and was stopped being tracked on June 26 south of the Baja Peninsula of Mexico. It turned northwestward that day and dissipated on September 30. It strengthened to a peak intensity of 70 miles (110 km) per hour on the 14th. A storm surge from a slow-moving Category 3, 4, or 5 storm can reach 30 feet (Fitzpatrick, 1999). It lasted longer than other depressions in the season, dissipating on September 26 east of the Lesser Antilles. [26], There were two short-lived, depressions in July that emerged off the coast of Africa, and both were unnumbered. Tropical Depression Ten took a similar trajectory, exiting Senegal on September 18 and progressing westward near Cabo Verde. The night that Katrina became a hurricane, it made landfall on the Baja Peninsula with winds of 85 miles (137 km) per hour. [5], Toward the end of September, a powerful cold front moved through the Gulf of Mexico and stalled over the Bay of Campeche. No tropical cyclones formed in November. [5][6], A tropical disturbance moved westward from the African coast on September 20. On August 12, the eighth named storm of the year formed and was named Ilsa. Minor water damage occurred along Haiti's southern Tiburon Peninsula. It found that in the 1960s, hurricanes declined two-thirds in wind strength within 17 hours of landfall. Storms in the 1960s. It became the third hurricane of the season 30 hours after it was named. In Texas, damage reached $200 million, and there were 15 deaths, 5 of whom related to a tornado outbreak. This was the first use of the following names. The storm's convection wrapped around the center and organized further as Arlene progressed northward. [5], A decaying cold front led to Tropical Depression Nine developing on September 8 off the east coast of Florida. It dissipated on September 20. Steered by a strong ridge to the northeast, the nascent system tracked northwestward. Er findet sich in der ersten der acht Dekaden (erschienen 1511/1516) des von Petrus Martyr von Anghieras auf lateinisch verfassten Werkes De Orbe Novo. Hurricanes: Statistics. Around 06:00 UTC on October 4, Fern made landfall about 30 mi (50 km) north of Tampico, Tamaulipas, possibly having weakened to a tropical storm. The depression dissipated south-west of Hawaii on July 18, never threatening land. After the severe impacts of Hurricane Inez a year prior, about 200,000 people evacuated the southern coast of the Dominican Republic. It continued on a westward trajectory, passing south of Cabo Verde, and dissipated on August 16. [5][6], On June 10, the first tropical depression of the season developed in the western Caribbean Sea. Storms in the 1900s. [12], On the day Ilsa dissipated, a new tropical storm was found and named Jewel. More than 6,000 people died when hurricane storm tides (the surge plus the astronomical tide) of 8-15 feet inundated the entire island city of Galveston, TX. 1970- The Great Bhola Cyclone. Tropical cyclogenesis – the process in which a tropical cyclone develops – resulted mainly from tropical waves, the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), and decaying frontal systems. [11], On August 10, another tropical depression formed south of the Baja California Peninsula. Emerging into the Gulf of Mexico with much of its former intensity, the hurricane restrengthened over the warm waters, attaining peak winds of 160 mph (260 km/h) early on September 20, making it a Category 5 on the Saffir-Simpson scale. [8] Flooding rains damaged roads, bridges, and houses on Martinique and neighboring Saint Lucia. The depression continued a long journey north-westward until July 22, when it dissipated. [6] Upwelling and cold air left in the wake of Hurricane Beulah caused Fern to weaken slightly as it approached the Gulf Coast of Mexico. Later that day, Doria made landfall near Virginia Beach, Virginia, and it later turned southward, re-emerging into the Atlantic Ocean east of Cape Lookout as a tropical depression. [25], In the Central Pacific, the local hurricane center noted four systems that were likely tropical depressions but not operationally monitored.[26]. Chloe lasted for 15 days, eventually dissipating over France after wrecking a ship offshore northern Spain, killing 14 people. [5] Beulah dropped heavy rainfall in southern Texas and northeastern Mexico, peaking at 27.38 in (695 mm) in Pettus, Texas. [5] On July 15, Denise, now in the Central Pacific weakened into a tropical depression. It crossed over its former path before turning eastward, dissipating on September 21 southwest of Bermuda. [2] At the end of the season, NHC director Gordon Dunn retired and was replaced by Robert Simpson. It became a hurricane two days later. But now it generally takes 33 hours for storms to weaken that same degree, according to a study in Wednesday’s . Beulah weakened slightly before making its final landfall around 12:00 UTC on September 20, just south of the United States/Mexico border. Description: This map created by FCIT shows the track of hurricane Doria in 1967. Like many hurricanes Donna aspired to see New York, and she left behind in North Carolina a pervasive feeling that maybe it wasn't worth the loss of homes, businesses and lives to live on the coast. Territory: Select a storm radius: To view storms within a given radius of a specific city or address, search the Hurricanes Database. The system dissipated while heading due north on November 3. It dissipated October 20. As a tropical storm, Olivia again took a long time to become a hurricane. [5] Satellite imagery suggested that Tropical Depression Fourteen developed on October 1 about 140 mi (220 km) northwest of Ciudad del Carmen. [14] In Mexico, Katrina caused significant damage to parts of San Felipe. The new study looked at 71 Atlantic hurricanes with landfalls since 1967. It moved North-westward until it dissipated the next day.[1]. The Westerlies turned Chloe east-northeastward on September 17, and the storm was last observed by the Hurricane Hunters southeast of Newfoundland on the next day. [5], On September 13, Beulah began a steady track to the northwest while passing south of Jamaica. After two ships reported gale-force winds, the NHC began issuing advisories on Tropical Storm Arlene at 08:00 UTC on August 30. [20] However, winds there only reached about 15 mph (24 km/h) during the storm's passage. Along the northern Yucatán Peninsula, the winds wrecked a clock tower in Tizimín, killing five. It killed three people. The storm caused minor damage and one death in southern Puerto Rico. On June 18, Tropical Depression Four also developed north of the Lesser Antilles, taking a similar trajectory to the north-northwest, and dissipating on June 20 east of Bermuda. [4], The first named storm – Arlene – did not form until August 28 and became a hurricane on September 2. Tropical Depression Nineteen spawned on October 12 north of Hispaniola and moved northwestward through the Turks and Caicos Islands. [4][6] Soon after, the depression moved through Cabo Verde, and it continued northwestward due to a passing mid-latitude trough. Storms in the 1930s. [9] The rains caused record river flooding, with a peak crest of 53.4 ft (16.3 m) along the San Antonio River at Goliad. Twelve hours later, the storm reached peak winds of 60 mph (95 km/h),[6] a trend that spurred hurricane watches from Dominica northward through the Leeward Islands. The first depression originated on June 10, and the final storm – Heidi – lost tropical characteristics on October 31. [15] The rains caused additional flooding along the Pánuco River, which became swollen during Hurricane Beulah two weeks prior. [5] An approaching cold front turned the system to the northeast on June 18. The new study looked at 71 Atlantic hurricanes with landfalls since 1967. The track shifted to the southwest and weakened further to a tropical storm. Early on October 26, Heidi attained peak winds of 90 mph (150 km/h) about halfway between Bermuda and the Azores. Doria left $150,000 in minor coastal damage and killed three people when capsizing a boat offshore Ocean City, New Jersey. More Team Info. On the next day, the cyclone weakened to a tropical storm due to stronger wind shear, and Arlene slowed its forward motion due to a ridge to the north. [5][6], After maintaining peak winds for about 36 hours, Chloe began weakening while still over the open waters of the east-central Atlantic Ocean. In late September, Tropical Storm Edith was a minimal storm that moved through the Lesser Antilles without serious impact. Hilary reportedly attained Tropical Storm strength, however the system's best track by the NHC does support the strength, and in post-storm analysis, Hilary was downgraded into a depression. Priscilla stayed a hurricane for 48 hours until it weakened into a tropical storm on the 18th as it curved westward. On the next day, it re-intensified into a hurricane due to favorable conditions, strengthening to a major hurricane by September 15. It found that in the 1960s, hurricanes declined two-thirds in wind strength within 17 hours of landfall. It rapidly strengthened due to its very small size, and reached winds of 125 miles (201 km) per hour for six hours and made landfall on the eastern side of the Baja California Peninsula at that strength. [9], On July 24, the sixth tropical storm of the season was identified relatively close to the Mexican coast. At the end of the season, the name Beulah was retired and replaced with Beth in 1971. 1979- Typhoon Tip 1975- Super … The decreased barometric pressures (to 951.5 mb)that accompanied the wind (113 knots/hr) and the torrential rain that Hurricane Beulah (1967) inflicted on Brownsville, Texas had a marked physiological effect on both biological and vegetative forms of life. Katrina made landfall on the Baja Peninsula, killing at least 60 and made 2,500 homeless. [26] That day, the depression moved ashore just southwest of Wilmington, North Carolina, and soon lost tropical characteristics. With 8 named storms, it was a highly below average season in terms of named storms, slightly above average in terms of hurricanes (6), and below average in terms of major hurricanes, with only one; Beulah. It weakened to a tropical depression the next morning and stayed that way until September 19. Eleanor never threatened land. Beulah weakened slightly before making landfall on Cozumel and later the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula. Then, when the mood was at its darkest, the clouds parted and the beachfront communities didn't see another really hideous hurricane for more than a decade. The 1967 Atlantic hurricane season was the first Atlantic hurricane season to be part of the modern-day satellite era. The season began on June 1, which was the date when the National Hurricane Center (NHC) activated radar stations across the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. The hurricane weakened on the 20th, after causing $12.5 million (1963 dollars) in damage. FL Maps > Hurricanes and Tropical Storms > Storms by Decade Site Map Record 1 to 14 of 14. Three ships reported 40 to 45 mph (64 to 72 km/h) winds on October 6,[5] which was the basis for the NHC upgrading it to Tropical Storm Ginger, in conjunction with data from Cabo Verde. On September 21, Chloe reached the coastline of France near Bordeaux as an extratropical cyclone, although it was unknown when the cyclone lost its tropical characteristics. The season was of little note except for Hurricanes Katrina and Olivia. 1972- Hurricane Agnes. Hurricane Sarah (1967) Storm Track & Details. Major Hurricane Beulah - September 20, 1967. The following names were used for named storms (tropical storms and hurricanes) that formed in the North Atlantic in 1967. On September 7, the depression intensified into Tropical Storm Beulah, which crossed into the Caribbean Sea that day. At the time, only seven known seasons began later, although 1967 would the most active among these late starting seasons. Start Date: 9/9/1967 Landfall: NA End Date: 9/22/1967 Max Wind Speed: 130 knots Max Pressure: 933 bars Max Status: … Two days later, Chloe reached peak winds of 110 mph (175 km/h) and a minimum pressure of 958 mbar (28.3 inHg). [5][6], Fern's landfall was accompanied by an area of heavy rainfall that extended into the mountainous areas of Veracruz. The season began on Thursday, June 1, 1967 and ended on Thursday, November 30, 1967, which delimits the time boundaries when tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic Ocean typically form. The 1967 Atlantic hurricane season (SDTWFC What Might Have Been) features what the SDTWFC thought storms would do upon formation. top right bottom left center. The new study looked at 71 Atlantic hurricanes with landfalls since 1967. On September 8, the depression intensified into Tropical Storm Chloe, and it quickly intensified thereafter. On the same day, another depression emerged from Mauritania and passed through northern Cabo Verde, dissipating on August 19. With 8 named storms, it was a highly below average season in terms of named storms, slightly above average in terms of hurricanes (6), and below average in terms of major hurricanes, with only one; Beulah. On the island, it dropped 18.7 in (475 mm) of rainfall in Les Anses-d'Arlet, causing severe flooding. At the time, the system was not named due to the lack of a warm thermal core,[5] although it was later assessed as a tropical storm as of 18:00 UTC that day. [15], On September 5, a tropical storm formed and was named Lily. On September 26, satellite imagery and ship observations indicated that a tropical depression about 830 mi (1,340 km) east of Barbados. Doria attained peak winds of 85 mph (140 km/h) on September 13, after which a ridge over New England turned the storm westward. Hurricane landfalling frequency is much less common than basin-wide occurrence, meaning that the U.S. landfalling hurricane record, while more reliable than the basin-wide record, suffers from degraded signal-to-noise characteristics for assessing trends. In northeastern Mexico, Beulah killed 19 people, left 100,000 people homeless, and caused $26.9 million in damage. [2] It remained at peak intensity until it was stopped being tracked on the 10th. With an average elevation of 1.8 meters (6 feet) below sea level, New Orleans is a shallow depression ringed by levees and thus vulnerable to massive flooding because there is nowhere for floodwaters to go (Yamazaki, 2002). The storms after the calm. [6] On October 21, the Hurricane Hunters observed a weak circulation with winds of only 35 mph (56 km/h). [24] Later that day, Heidi started losing tropical characteristics,[25] transitioning into an extratropical cyclone by November 1. It reached tropical storm strength the next day and was named Georgette. [5][7], A tropical wave exited the coast of Africa on August 28. Hurricane Beulah was the most notable Atlantic hurricane of 1967. [19], On September 13, a tropical storm formed south of the Baja Peninsula and was named Monica. It moved northwestward, dissipating over the eastern Yucatán Peninsula on June 12. Tropical Depression Eleven formed on September 25 and crossed Cabo Verde two days later, dissipating on September 28. [5] Off the northern coast of A Coruña, Spain, high waves from Chloe sank the Fiete Schulze – a German cargo ship attempting to circumnavigate the storm. Turning to the northeast, the storm attained hurricane status early on September 3. [4][14] As the system organized more, it tracked northward, although a ridge to the north steered the nascent system to the west. Ramona stayed as a tropical storm until October 25 when it weakened to a tropical depression. Tropical Depression Thirteen exited western Africa near Guinea on September 22, which moved westward until September 27. The other depression emerged from Senegal on July 21 and dissipated south of Cabo Verde on the next day. For example, one hurricane canbe moving slowly westward in the Gulf of Mexico, while at exactlythe same time another hurricane can be moving rapidly northward alongthe Atlantic coast. The only measured pressure reading from Sarah was found in the Western Pacific, 932 hectopascals (27.5 inHg). It affected the states of Idaho, Missouri and Pennsylvania. [1], The first tropical storm of the season formed on June 7 at peak intensity far off from any landmass. On May 18, the first tropical depression of the season formed. [13] The storm failed to intensify due to its proximity to a cold upper-level trough and releasing too much latent heat. It rapidly weakened to a tropical depression and dissipated over Arizona. However, a total of 61 lives were lost. 1967–68 South-West Indian Ocean cyclone season, "History of the National Weather Service Forecast Office Miami, Florida", 10.1175/1520-0493(1968)096<0251:ATD>2.0.CO;2, 10.1175/1520-0493(1968)096<0242:THSO>2.0.CO;2, "Atlantic hurricane best track (HURDAT version 2)", Tropical Storm Ginger Forms Near African Coast, Bureau Marine/Aviation/Military Advisory for Tropical Storm Heidi, Tropical Depression Three - June 15-22, 1967, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=1967_Atlantic_hurricane_season&oldid=993064845, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 8 December 2020, at 16:37. A tropical wave exited the coast of Africa on August 24, and by the next day, a Pan American flight observed a circulation with falling pressures. [5] Along the lower Texas coast, the threat from Fern spurred high tide and small craft warnings from the National Weather Service. [6] Another approaching trough turned the storm back to the northeast on October 31. Die Bezeichnung Hurrikan geht wohl auf die Sprache der Taíno, der indianischen Ureinwohner der Großen Antillen, zurück. It remained weak and dissipated the next day far out at sea. [16], An area of convection developed off the west coast of Africa following the westward passage of Tropical Depression Sixteen. The storm continued a north-westward direction until it dissipated south of the Baja Peninsula. [4], On July 6, a tropical depression formed south of Mexico. The final in the series of four depressions was first noted on August 20 near the Mauritania/Western Sahara border. Olivia made landfall on the eastern side of the Baja Peninsula as a major hurricane—only one of two storms ever to do so. On September 11, Sarah became a hurricane for twelve hours, before weakening to a tropical storm. The 1967 Pacific hurricane season started on June 1 and ended on November 30, 1967. [10] A nearby ship reported 16 ft (4.9 m) waves on September 27, potentially indicating stronger winds during periods without meteorological observations,[11] although unfavorable conditions prevented initial development. The names were used again in 1971. The season began on Thursday, June 1, 1967 and ended on Thursday, November 30, 1967, which delimits … The storm stayed as a hurricane until June 25. Widespread evacuations occurred along the southern coast of the Dominican Republic due to fears of a repeat of Hurricane Inez from the previous year. Deaths in parentheses are additional and indirect (an example of an indirect death would be a traffic accident), but were still related to that storm. Hurricane Doria co-existed with Beulah and Chloe, taking an unusual trajectory over the eastern United States; it killed three people in a boating accident offshore New Jersey. There were 30 tropical waves that exited the west coast of Africa at Dakar, Senegal, of which 14 became tropical depressions. In the Lesser Antilles, Beulah caused $7.65 million in damage and 17 deaths. There was one subtropical storm with Category 1 hurricane strength. The National Hurricane Center has been reanalyzing hurricanes and tropical storms and has been adjusting their Hurrdat2 database. With a ridge to the northeast, the depression moved northwestward toward the southeastern United States. It emerged soon after and paralleled the peninsula until making landfall at the head of the Bay of California. It found that in the 1960s, hurricanes declined two-thirds in wind strength within 17 hours of landfall. Previous Year Next Year. Damage and deaths include totals while the storm was extratropical, a wave, or a low, and all of the damage figures are in 1967 USD. Hurricanes have been a part of New Orleans history since the city was settled in the early 18th century by the French (Fitzpatrick, 1999). on the 22nd. Sarah, classified as a hurricane made landfall on December 31, 1969. It turned into a tropical storm on the 21st. Storm path. The official 1967 roster of the Carolina Hurricanes, including position, height, weight, date of birth, age, and birth place. Ginger dissipated on October 8 to the north of Cabo Verde. "Notable" hurricanes listed here are based on extensive damage, numerous fatalities, or extreme strength. Debra became a hurricane later on the 21st. It was also the first major hurricane to be named in the East Pacific. On August 3, a tropical depression formed just off the coast of Mauritania and moved southwestward through Cabo Verde the next day. On September 2, Arlene turned to the north due to an approaching trough moving eastward from the Northeastern United States. The final system of the season was Tropical Depression Twenty-Three, which formed northeast of the Bahamas on October 26. 1968: 8 4 0 45.07 10 $10 million Gladys: None: The name "Edna" was retroactively retired, due to the storm in 1954. [4], A series of tropical waves in late August to early September became hurricanes Arlene, Beulah, and Chloe, and the wave between the latter two emerged from Africa on August 30 as Tropical Depression Six. [5] From June to October, the NHC tracked 26 tropical depressions, which is an area of disturbed weather that has a closed circulation and maximum sustained winds of less than 39 mph (63 km/h). The depression again strengthened to a tropical storm on the 29th as the storm started to recurve. This can create problems because the pumps designed to … It slightly weakened to have winds of 75 miles (121 km) per hour and stayed this way for 30 hours. [23] After stalling on October 29, Heidi turned westward and weakened to tropical storm status. The legend shows the different categories of hurricanes as follows: Cat 5 (dark red), Cat 4 (red), Cat 3 (orange), Cat 2 (yellow), Cat 1 (green), tropical storm (teal), tropical depression (blue), and lower category (purple). The List of Florida hurricanes encompasses approximately 500 tropical or subtropical cyclones that affected the state of Florida.More storms hit Florida than any other U.S. state, and since 1851 only eighteen hurricane seasons passed without a known storm impacting the state. It weakened into a tropical depression three days later, on July 16. Katrina made landfall on the Baja Peninsula, killing at least 60 and made 2,500 homeless. Hurricane Edith. Names that were not assigned are marked in gray. [26] In South Carolina, the rains caused flooding near Myrtle Beach, concurrent with 2.5 ft (0.76 m) above-normal tides, which caused $15,000 in damage, mostly to crops. Instead, the Rota, Spain Naval Fleet Station issued gale warnings in relation to the storm. The season did, however, feature an unusually high 26 tropical depressions. After turning to the northeast, it dissipated on October 14. Thirty-six huts and the area hospital were destroyed. The other seven years with no hurricanes tracking through the Atlantic basin in August are 2002, 2001, 1997, 1988, 1984, 1982 and 1967. Coach: Charlie Tate (7-4) Points For: 257. There, Beulah left heavy damage to roads, bridges, and the banana and coffee crops, but the evacuations led to a low death toll of two in the nation. [21], The NHC initially anticipated that Heidi would become extratropical within two days. Storms before the 1900s. It crossed through Cabo Verde on September 1, dissipating three days later over the eastern Atlantic Ocean. Curving northeastward due to an approaching trough, the storm intensified more on October 22, as a ship reported winds of 70 mph (110 km/h). It found that in the 1960s, hurricanes declined two-thirds in wind strength within 17 hours of landfall. After turning to the northeast, the depression dissipated on June 13. The new study looked at 71 Atlantic hurricanes with landfalls since 1967. It includes their duration, names, landfall(s) (in parentheses), damages, and death totals. The new study looked at 71 Atlantic hurricanes with landfalls since 1967. A depression was first noted over eastern Senegal on August 10, exiting the African coast the next day. Addendum for Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands. The season was hyperactive, with 29 tropical depressions and 25 tropical storms, a record only to be beaten by 2005 37 years later. It became a tropical storm the next morning and was named Ramona. [4][6] Another series of unnumbered tropical depressions exited the coast of Africa in August. 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It slowly strengthened and became a tropical storm 3 days later. Hence, the color changes when the storm changed categories. [5] The remnants continued to the northeast, transitioning into an extratropical storm that passed just east of Massachusetts on June 19. A total of 2500 people were left homeless and 60 ships were sunk. [26] Conditions were not favorable for strengthening, with cool air and minimal outflow, although the winds approached gale-force. Storms in the 1940s. [6], An area of convection persisted on October 16 between the Lesser Antilles and Cabo Verde. It quickly dissipated over central France. Hurricane Beulah – the strongest storm of the season – was also the most damaging, causing 59 deaths and $235 million in damage (1967 USD) along its 16-day path. After brushing the south coast of Hispaniola, the hurricane weakened and re-intensified, striking the Yucatán Peninsula and later near the United States/Mexico border. The following table lists all of the storms that have formed in the 1967 Atlantic hurricane season. It dissipated on July 30. Another 20 tropical disturbances originated offshore the Mid-Atlantic states, and 7 disturbances derived from cold-core lows. Twelve hours later, it became the fourteenth tropical storm of the season, Nanette. 2017 marks the 50 th anniversary of Hurricane Beulah. Later that day, the Hurricane Hunters recorded maximum sustained winds of 85 mph (140 km/h) and a minimum barometric pressure of 982 mbar (29.0 inHg), which would be Arlene's peak intensity. At the same time that the previous system developed, Tropical Depression Two originated north of the Lesser Antilles. Farther north, the rains were beneficial,[5] with totals as high as 6.71 in (170 mm) in Saco, Maine. [3] It weakened as it approached the Mexican mainland and dissipated later that day. That's an average of … On October 5, it is estimated that Tropical Depression Seventeen developed from this system,[4] based on the convective appearance on satellite imagery. Lily became the season's fourth hurricane on the night of September 6. It was last noted on August 6. While climate change has been identified as a reason why stronger hurricanes occur, the total number of hurricanes in a year remains quite unpredictable, as a look at data from 1967 until today shows. An anticyclone over the Bahamas turned the hurricane westward, as changing upper-level conditions from a passing trough to the north, as well as land interaction with Hispaniola, greatly weakened Beulah. [17][18] Later on October 6, it was estimated that Ginger reached peak winds of 50 mph (85 km/h) and a minimum barometric pressure of 1,002 mbar (29.6 inHg). Road; Aerial; Storm Details for Hurricane Sarah . 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