Hurricane Carol was among the worst tropical cyclones on record to affect the New England region of the United States. It developed from a tropical wave near the ...
Hurricane Carol in 1953 was the strongest storm of the 1953 Atlantic hurricane season and the first Category 5 hurricane in the Atlantic basin since the 1938 New ...
In late August 1954, Hurricane Carol would become the most powerful storm to strike Southern New England since the Great New England Hurricane of 1938.
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Hurricane Carol was one of the worst hurricanes in New England, which is in United States. Carol formed from a tropical wave near the Bahamas on August 25.
Hurricane Carol developed from an area of disturbed weather east of the southern Bahamas on August 25, 1954. The area of disturbed weather quickly became a ...
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Hurricane of 1938 and Hurricane Carol in 1954, local residents decided ... See a random page in this book. Hurricane Carol Lashes Rhode Island August 31, 1954 1954.
Hurricane Carol made landfall on August 30, 1954 near Groton as a category 3 storm (though Connecticut only received category 2 conditions).
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