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Are Hurricanes Bad in Jacksonville, FL? | Hurricane ELSA



How dangerous are Hurricanes in Jacksonville, FL? Will hurricane wreck Jacksonville, FL? Does St Augustine and St Johns County get plenty of Hurricanes? I give particulars with the historical past and stats for hurricanes in Jacksonville. I additionally contact on the way to put together for a hurricane, flood insurance coverage, flood zones, constructing codes, and interview an area surf teacher.

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Common class of hurricane to hit our space
100 years of historic information, specialists say a hurricane of Dora’s power may be anticipated inside 86 miles of Jacksonville each 9 years and on common, a significant hurricane outlined as a class 3 or increased may very well be anticipated each 28 years. (Knowledge collected in 2011)
Hurricane Dora was a class 2 when it impacted Jacksonville in 1964
Hurricane Matthew was a class 2 when it handed by Jacksonville roughly 50 miles off the coast. (2016)
Hurricane Irma was a robust class 4 when it made landfall in Florida and was at tropical storm power when it reached Jacksonville, FL and this tropical cyclone produced historic flooding for our metropolis. (2017)

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12 comments

  • As a lifelong florida native, hurricanes are usually not as bad as they seem on the news UNLESS you get the center of them.
    If a 100 mph hurricane passes 50 miles from you, the winds will probably be about 50 mph, but if it passes 20 miles from you, the winds could be 75-100 mph.
    That's kinda how it works, they arent overhyped but rather the max winds are confined to a small area compared to the size of the storm itself.

  • So where in Florida does not get hurricane? Planning to go there for vacation this coming July?

  • I do not see the FEMA flood zone search map in the description, can you please share it? Thanks

  • THANKS JOSH GREAT CONTENT VERY MUCH APPRECIATED. MY FAMILY AND I LIVE IN CA AND VERY SERIOUSLY CONSIDERING JACKSONVILLE AS YOUR DESTINATION. WE WOLD BE RENTING FIRST FOR THE FIRST YEAR THEN PURCHASING A HOME. DO YOU HELP WITH RENTALS AS WELL? ALSO I HEAR MOSQUITOS CAN CARRY OFF A CAT IS THAT TRUE? LOL….

  • Jacksonville was hit a lot more today often from the 1600-late 1800s. NOAA has done a study and another ongoing study on those hurricanes pre-1851. Since Dora, we’ve been lucky thank goodness. Though in terms of impacts we can be affected if a hurricane hits the Atlantic or Gulf of Mexico sides of the peninsula.

  • I've been doing a ton of research on relocating to North Florida and I find all your videos to be so informative. I will definitely contact you when I am ready to make the big move. Thank you!!

  • Hey Josh. Great content! Question: what website did the 1:14 chance come from? I’d like to compare that to other Florida cities

  • I'm trying to decide if I want to relocate as a possible 1st time homer owner to Jacksonville or Tampa. I want out of Ohio.

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