Tag: Hurricane Humberto 2007

  • Hurricane Humberto: Unprecedented Rapid Intensification and Impact on the Gulf Coast Region

    Hurricane Humberto: Unprecedented Rapid Intensification and Impact on the Gulf Coast Region

    This research article examines Hurricane Humberto 2007, a remarkable Category 1 hurricane that formed and intensified faster than any other recorded North Atlantic tropical cyclone before making landfall. Developing on September 12, 2007, in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, Humberto rapidly strengthened and struck High Island, Texas, with winds reaching approximately 90 mph (140 km/h)…

  • Hurricane Felix: The Southernmost-Landfalling Category 5 Storm on Record

    Hurricane Felix: The Southernmost-Landfalling Category 5 Storm on Record

    Hurricane Felix, a powerful Category 5 Atlantic hurricane, made landfall on September 4, 2007, just south of the Nicaragua-Honduras border. This research article provides an in-depth analysis of the storm’s characteristics, impacts, and historical significance. Felix set a new record as the southernmost-landfalling Category 5 storm, surpassing Hurricane Edith of 1971. The storm caused significant…