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  1. Hurricane Inez was a powerful major hurricane that affected the Caribbean, Bahamas, Florida, and Mexico in 1966. It was the first storm on record to affect all of those areas. It originated from a tropical wave over Africa, and became a tropical depression by September 21. It moved slowly westward, initially failing to intensify much; it was upgraded to Tropical Storm Inez on September 24. The storm strengthened into a hurricane and was quickly intensifying when it struck the French overseas reg

    • $226.5 million (1966 USD)
    • 927 mbar (hPa); 27.37 inHg
  2. Hurricane Inez was a very deadly late season hurricane. This storm happened late September to mid October 1966. Inez had winds of just over 150 miles an hour (almost Category 5 level). The storm went across Cuba, the Florida Keys, Hispaniola and Mexico. Inez killed over 1,000 people. It caused $226.5 million (1966 USD) in damage.

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    According this page, the name Inez was replaced by Isabel. But I couldn't find the information about it. Please tell me the web site which describes it.--HERB15:05, 12 November 2005 (UTC)

    Infobox picture is the wrong shape. Impact is nearly non-existent. Jdorje05:50, 11 January 2006 (UTC) 1. (Sigh), I tried to give a little more impact, but, dude, there is nothing on this storm! I couldn't find anything! It's still next to nothing on the page. →Cyclone1→00:28, 8 May 2006 (UTC) 1. 1.1. Damn, that sucks. Hurricanehink 00:45, 8 May 200...

    This article needs to be either remade or merged. The information box and picture needs to be fixed a bit, and the introduction, storm history, and impact sections are not written very well or detailed. If nothing can be done, I vote for a temporary merge. CapeVerdeWave02:16, 26 June 2006 (UTC) 1. Huge no on merge. This hurricane was retired. It ca...

    Here are a few scanned pages from Barnes, Jay (2007). Florida's Hurricane History. Chapel Hill Press. ISBN 0-8078-3068-2. on the effects of Inez in Florida, Cuba, and the Bahamas for inclusion in the article. The first page is page 231 and the last is 234 (I just typed that one out, because scanning it was too much work). This stuff is mostly avail...

    Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just added archive links to one external link on Hurricane Inez. Please take a moment to review my edit. You may add {{cbignore}} after the link to keep me from modifying it, if I keep adding bad data, but formatting bugs should be reported instead. Alternatively, you can add {{nobots|deny=InternetArchiveBot}}to kee...

    HYRDAT database has upgraded Hurricane Inez to a Category 5 (from 130 kts to 145 kts). This article needs sourcing from HYRDAT! TheHurricaneExpert 05 (talk) 20:15, 21 December 2019 (UTC)

  4. Hurricane Inez (1966) – the worst storm of the season. struck Lesser Antilles, Haiti, Cuba, Bahamas, Florida Keys, Yucatán and Mexico. Typhoon Inez (1947) (T4708) – struck Taiwan and China. This article includes a list of named storms that share the same name (or similar names).

  5. Hurricane Inez was a very deadly late season hurricane. This storm happened late September to mid October 1966. Inez had winds of just over 150 miles an hour (almost Category 5 level). The storm went across Cuba, the Florida Keys, Hispaniola and Mexico. Inez killed over 1,000 people. It caused $226.5 million (1966 USD) in damage.

  6. The strongest tropical cyclone of the season was Hurricane Inez, a powerful Category 5 hurricane that devastated a large majority of the Caribbean, the Florida Keys, and parts of Mexico. Throughout its path, the storm caused about $226.5 million in damage and more than 1,000 deaths.

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