The 1956 Atlantic hurricane season featured a low number of tropical cyclones, although every tropical storm and hurricane affected land. There were twelve Hurricanes : 4.
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Animation of the 1959 Atlantic Hurricane Season, featuring Hurricane Gracie which made landfall on the US.
1959 Escuminac disaster
As it sped to the northeast, a westerly shortwave progressed eastward, enhancing environmental conditions. Tropical Storm Edith in August and Hurricane Flora in September caused negligible impact on land. Camp Srings, Maryland: United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Weather Service. Tropical storms Carla and Ethel both formed near the Bahamas and moved northeastward until 1959 Atlantic hurricane season. The strong surge inundated much of the coast, killing much of the local wildlife and causing widespread property damage. It became Tropical Storm Dean later that day.
1959 Atlantic hurricane season - powerpuff
Extended Range Forecast of Atlantic Seasonal Hurricane Activity and U. Large tomato fields were inundated, resulting in some crop damage. State Climatologist's Office Report. National Climatic Data Center. As drought -like conditions were present in The Carolinas at the time, the rain that fell in the area was beneficial. National Weather Service Charleston, South Carolina Report.