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  1. Hurricane Ike had a large wind field covering a broad area of southeast Texas. Tropical storm force winds extended from Palacios, TX to east of Lake Charles, LA. Tropical storm force winds moved inland as far north as Longview, TX. Hurricane force winds were felt mainly from along the coast of Freeport, TX to Sabine Pass, TX including Beaumont, TX.

  2. Hurricane Ike came ashore along the U.S. Gulf Coast on September 13, 2008, and the storm’s eye narrowly missed Galveston and Houston. Although the storm produced tremendous damage in both cities, perhaps the greatest damage was caused by the storm surge, which inundated the coastline near Galveston.

  3. Waves crash behind a statue commemorating the devastating storm of 1900 as Hurricane Ike approaches, Friday, Sept. 12, 2008, in Galveston, Texas. The powerful category 2 storm ravaged the Gulf ...

  4. Sep 13, 2018 · It's been a decade since the Houston area was pummeled by Hurricane Ike, leading to months of headaches and years of repairs to property and industry. The Category 2 hurricane made landfall...

  5. Sep 30, 2008 · By the early morning hours of September 4, Ike was a Category 4 hurricane, hitting its peak with 145 mph winds and a pressure of 935 mbar. That made it the most intense storm so far in the 2008 Atlantic hurricane season. At one point the diameter of Ike’s tropical storm and hurricane-force winds were 450 and 190 miles, respectively.

  6. Hurricane Ike ( / aɪk /) was a powerful tropical cyclone that swept through portions of the Greater Antilles and Northern America in September 2008, wreaking havoc on infrastructure and agriculture, particularly in Cuba and Texas. Ike took a similar track to the 1900 Galveston hurricane.

  7. Sep 13, 2021 · HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- It was Sept. 13, 2008, when Hurricane Ike ripped through the Houston area, claiming the lives of dozens in Texas. The powerful category 2 storm ravaged the Gulf Coast ...

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