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Beach erosion also occurred along Martinique beaches. :3 Beaufort County, South Carolina, declared a state of emergency on September 20 and implemented voluntary evacuations. Ninety percent of homes on the island suffered significant to total roof loss after the island was struck by the eyewall. [c] Lesser effects were felt along the periphery of the hurricane's path in the Lesser Antilles and across the Eastern United States into Eastern Canada. Over a thousand homes and apartments were destroyed and 70–80 percent of the county's trees were blown down. Heartland RVs.  Extensive defoliation was documented in the forests of Dominica, Guadeloupe, Montserrat, and Puerto Rico, where vegetation was stripped bare of their flowers, fruits, and leaves. Winds in Montreal gusted up to 59 mph (95 km/h), leaving 13,400 homes without electricity. , Similar effects were reported in New Brunswick, though little rainfall occurred in the province. The scale of Hugo's impacts led to the retirement of the name Hugo from Atlantic hurricane names. Three hundred people were driven out of Carter County. On September 13, Hugo became a hurricane and continued to intensify until its winds topped out at Category 5 strength with speeds of 160 mph (260 km/h).  Power outages affected the British Virgin Islands.  Among these planes was a WP-3D Orion serviced by the NOAA and nicknamed Kermit (callsign N42RF).  El sistema rastreó de oeste a suroeste, organizándose lentamente sobre aguas ligeramente cálidas de 26–27 grados Celsius y cizalladura moderada del viento. " Severe beach erosion also occurred in Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach. Civi fue promovido por Sánchez Fonzales Víctor Hugo en contra de Guadalupe García Alvarado Ord.  As many as 100,000 people may have been left homeless throughout the region as a result of Hugo. [e] Hugo's forward motion was beginning to accelerate northward at the time of its South Carolina landfall in response to an extratropical cyclone moving across the central U.S., and this curvature and acceleration continued as Hugo moved farther inland.  The heaviest rain from Hugo in Puerto Rico occurred in the northeastern part of the island due to the hurricane's trajectory and orographic lifting induced by El Yunque. American troops were deployed in Saint Croix to quell pervasive looting that began amid Hugo's devastation—this was the first deployment of the American military in response to a domestic crisis since 1968. Winds near 47 mph (75 km/h) were also reported in Toronto. Non-critical patients at Princess Margaret Hospital in Roseau, Dominica were sent home beginning on September 15 to free space for possible hurricane victims. The damage toll in Virginia was approximately $60 million, with over $40 million incurred in Carroll and Grayson County, Virginia counties; six people were killed statewide.  Two hundred landslides occurred in Puerto Rico, with the largest of these transporting 40,000 m3 (1,400,000 cu ft) of debris into a river. Thirty percent of fishing vessels were also damaged by the hurricane, equating to thousands of boats. , The South Carolina Electric and Gas Company (SCE&G) called Hugo "the single greatest natural disaster ever to strike the state", inflicting $5.9 billion in property damage. ":4A NASA delayed the September 22 launch of an Atlas-Centaur rocket with Hugo looming. SCE&G reported that 300,000 of its electricity customers lost power, with a complete loss of power east of Interstate 95. At 04:00 UTC on September 22, Hugo made landfall on Sullivan's Island, South Carolina, with sustained winds of 140 mph (220 km/h).  The Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport terminated all scheduled flights at 6 p.m. AST on September 17. 19:27h @StormHour pic.twitter.com/2raralldaf, — Guiller ✈️ (@GuillerCil) March 24, 2018, Y sigue lloviendo en Llanes,,, @eltiempotpa pic.twitter.com/2NkDx8SdNt, Ciclogénesis 'Hugo' esta mañana en el Puerto de Cudillero y en la Playa del Cuerno (Salinas), — Adrián Hernández (@AdriHernandez04) March 24, 2018, #BorrascaHugo muros q se veñen abaixo, xanelas q se desprenden, tellas, andamios, chapas metálicas, cubertas levantadas. They were joined by additional teams from the United States Agency for International Development and the U.S. Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA).  Cable television played a significant role in keeping residents of Martinique updated on the hurricane's approach.  Most trees were truncated 10–25 ft (3.0–7.6 m) above the ground, with others snapped or uprooted; the cost of damage was estimated by the U.S. Forest Service at between $95–115 million.  The San Juan Star estimated losses in the territory amounted to $2 billion while Storm Data, a monthly publication from the National Centers for Environmental Information, estimated that damage reached $1 billion; property damage accounted for $900 million while crop damage accounted for $100 million.  Until Hurricane Lorenzo in 2019, Hugo was the easternmost Category 5 hurricane on record in the Atlantic.  This equated to 32 percent of the country's gross domestic product. " Lesser damage occurred along the southern South Carolina coast between Charleston, South Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia, with winds there remaining below 65 mph (105 km/h).  Flight data showed that the plane likely encountered a mesovortex comparable to a weak tornado spanning a kilometer across. There were at least 39 fatalities during the post-storm recovery phase; more people died in South Carolina in the hurricane's aftermath than during its passage.  However, the lack of infrastructure near the refuge significantly reduced the damage wrought by Hugo's strongest winds. , After becoming extratropical, the remnants of Hugo entered Canada into the province of Ontario. :14-A A UH-1 helicopter and two heavy trucks belonging to the National Guard were destroyed by debris.  Partial damage was documented on 1,500 homes and total loss was documented on 106. ", Parts of Southwest Virginia were also impacted by the core of strong winds associated with Hugo, which passed through the state as a tropical storm. CICLOGÉNESIS EXPLOSIVA. With no pool to practice in, Duncan turned to basketball. La borrasca Hugo ha dejado fuerte oleaje, vientos huracanados y hasta dos tornados. , Across North Carolina, Hugo damaged 2,638 structures and destroyed 205; the damage toll was $1 billion. , The hurricane moved near the Virgin Islands and made two landfalls in Puerto Rico as it egressed the Caribbean, causing considerable destruction.  Berkeley, Clarendon, Florence, Lee, Sumter, and Williamsburg counties each experienced damage to more than 90 percent of timberland.  Concurrently, the eye of the storm expanded to a diameter of 40 mi (65 km). :14A:A-4 Many neighborhoods were completely reduced to rubble.  A fifth of evacuees took refuge within 30 minutes of their homes. La moda defiende sus marcas a golpe de sentencia. La colección Gallery incluye diseños de sastrería innovadora en lana de 2 caras, cuadros sin rematar y crepé denso.  All coastal state parks with the exception of Hunting Island and Edisto Beach sustained significant damage. Rainfall totals ranged from 3.1 in (80 mm) along the southern part of Guadeloupe to 13.8 in (350 mm) in more mountainous areas. , The emergency operations center in Montserrat was formally activated on September 18 to effectively deal with the aftermath of Hugo.  West Indies Transport, Inc., used ships damaged by Hugo as "docks, repair facilities, and housing for employees" in the storm's aftermath.  However, the storm's trajectory relative to Guadeloupe prevented a more damaging surge event from occurring.  The presence of another area of low-pressure north of Puerto Rico produced a gap in the Azores High, causing Hugo to gradually turn towards the west-northwest with its forward speed decelerating.  A loose steel fuel tank collided into and destroyed a U.S. Customs shed.  These two features generated a strong southeasterly steering flow within which Hugo was contained, shaping its trajectory towards the Southeastern United States.  A minimum air pressure of 941.1 mbar (hPa; 27.79 inHg) was recorded at Pointe-à-Pitre International Airport, with a 97-mile-per-hour (156 km/h) wind gust documented in the last weather observation transmitted from Pointe-à-Pitre. Le cas du cyclone Hugo en Guadeloupe", "Physical Aspects of Hurricane Hugo in Puerto Rico", Photo gallery of Hurricane Hugo's impacts in South Carolina, Helicopter footage of damage in Pawleys' Island, South Carolina, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hurricane_Hugo&oldid=997547030, Hurricanes in the United States Virgin Islands, Natural disasters in the United States Virgin Islands, 1989 natural disasters in the United States, Pages containing links to subscription-only content, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Guimaraes, Paulo, Frank L. Hefner, and Douglas P. Woodward.  The winds overturned cars and toppled trees and streetlights around the city. The turbulent action generated by Hugo in streams lowered concentrations of dissolved oxygen and increased concentrations of toxic phenols.  The hurricane exacted a heavy toll over the course of 14 hours. The pilots regained control when the plane reached an altitude of 790 ft (240 m) at 17:28 UTC.  Power outages also affected thousands of electricity customers in Massachusetts.  The outer rainbands of Hugo began moving across Puerto Rico at 5:00 p.m. AST (21:00 UTC) on September 17. Churches and other private non-profit groups managed replacement housing for Hugo victims in at least four South Carolina counties whose governments lacked such capabilities. ¡Haga click para recibir información sobre Black Friday Event en HUGO BOSS!  High waves along the coast of the San Juan metropolitan area destroyed walls and sidewalks. One person was killed after a wall collapsed upon him.  It had been deployed to Barbados alongside another WP-3D Orion as part of a research experiment coordinated by the Hurricane Research Division. :14-A Surveys equated the severity of damage to that caused by an F1 or F2 tornado on the Fujita scale. Along parts of the coast, 50 ft (15 m) of beach eroded, including sand dunes that once stood 7–8 ft (2.1–2.4 m) tall. , Hugo killed 3 people and left 3,500 homeless on Saint Croix.  These equated to storm surge heights of around 7–8 ft (2.1–2.4 m).  Some of these shelters took heavy damage during Hugo, and one required evacuation by civil defense authorities after its windows gave way to the wind.  Strong winds also downed thousands of trees and utility poles. , At least 30,000 people evacuated in Puerto Rico, making it one of the largest evacuations in the territory's history; government and media representatives described the evacuation as "the best coordinated weather event they could recall.  Another 420 people were injured throughout the state.  At McClellanville, near the point of maximum storm surge, shrimp boats were pushed as far as 0.5 mi (0.80 km) inland.  A six-month-old boy was killed after a tree toppled onto his mobile home; another 15 people were injured, primarily by falling trees. :14 Civil authorities in Glynn County, Georgia, urged the 15,000 residents along barrier islands to begin evacuating on the morning of September 21 ahead of hurricane warnings. This led to strong winds over the Mid-Atlantic states and New England.  M. L. Love, the administrator for Horry County, said that the city "for all practical purposes is gone.  Animals, including some from endangered species, were killed at Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge. The effects of Hugo in the Carolinas were most fatal in Berkeley County, where eight people were killed. The hurricane proved to be among the most destructive storms in history for several islands in the region. These initial alerts were discontinued following the storm's passage by September 18.  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