Hurricane Alicia was the costliest tropical cyclone in the Atlantic since Hurricane Agnes in 1972. Alicia was the third depression, the first tropical storm, and the ...
On this day in History, Hurricane Alicia pounds Texas coast on Aug 15, 1983. Learn more about what happened today on History.
I was 9 when Hurricane Alicia hit. I was young enough to be naive. We lived in Spring and my dad was the GM at the Holiday Inn Houston North.
A short video of images from Hurricane Alicia, which tore up the Houston area on August 18, 1983
Weather Underground provides tracking maps, 5-day forecasts, computer models, satellite imagery and detailed storm statistics for tracking and forecasting hurricanes ...
Hurricane Alicia was the first named storm and first hurricane of the 1983 Atlantic hurricane season. Alicia was the season's strongest and deadliest storm.
Image 10 of 96 - Hurricane Alicia in photos . From the August 18, 1983, Houston Chronicle: Teichman Road at 93rd Street on the low-lying north side of ...
Hurricane Alicia made landfall on the extreme western tip of Galveston Island during the predawn hours of Thursday, August 18, 1983. The storm had developed rapidly ...
Sunday marks the 30th anniversary of the landfall of Hurricane Alicia, which at the time was the costliest tropical cyclone to ever strike the Houston area.
The National Hurricane Center also maintains the official Tropical Cyclone Report for Hurricane Alicia. ... making Charley the second costliest hurricane in U.S. history.