Tropical Storm-San Cirilo-First storm to hit Puerto Rico in the 20th Century.
-Winds of 70 mph
-The storm was mostly experienced in the southwest area of the island and produced rains of 5 to 6 inches in 72 hours in Barranquitas, Caguas and Humacao.
-The wind report of San Juan was of 52 mph and a pressure of 29.60 in/hg (1002 mb).
Tropical Storm-San Vicente-Winds of 60 mph
-The center of this tropical storm moved over the north coast of Puerto Rico in a westerly direction.
-The storm affected all the crops in Puerto Rico, specially the citrus.
Hurricane-San Hipólito-Category 1 hurricane with winds around 90mph. -The most affected areas were in the east and nothern part, specially Santurce.
-The dameges were estimated at 1million dollars.
Hurricane-San Felipe-It land on Puerto Rico as a 5 category hurricane.
-Winds of 160mph.
-Almost all buildings were destroyed.
-The damage to the sugar industry were sustantial.
-The coffee harvest was almost completely lost.
-About 300 people died.
Hurricane-San Nicolas-Category 1 hurricane with winds of aprox. 90mph.
-Two people were killed.
-The damage was restricted to trees, windows, power lines and roofing.
Hurricane-San Ciprian-A category 3 hurricane of 120mph.
-Damage roads and power lines.
-Heavy rain that caused significant flooding that left many homes and buildings under 1.5feet of water.
-It stay 7 hours in P.R. with aprox. 255 deaths
Tropical Storm-San Calixto ll-Category 1 with winds of 90mph.
-Reported winds around 60mph in west P.R.
-There was damage to residences Cabo Rojo to Aguadilla
-Rains of 12 to 18 inches caused flooding in the rest of the island.
-No deaths were reported,for first time the Reconnaissance Aircrafts to study the cyclone.
Hurricane-Santa Clara (Betsy)-Category 1 hurricane with winds of 92mph.
-Over 1285 buildings were destoyed.
-There was a complete loss to the bananas crop in Jayuya.
-Tha haviest damage was in Yabucoa near where Betsy ashore, due to a slight oscillation of the eye.
Tropical Storm-Eloise (Eloisa)-Winds of 125mph
-The damage was caused by very heavy rainfall and extensive flooding around the island.
-Great inundations in the south-east and center area of P.R.
-44 people died.
-Rainfall data indicate that the record of 23 inches of rain in 24 hours by hurricane "San Ciriaco" in 1899 may have been exceeded but the information cannot be confirmed.
Tropical Storm-Claudette-Highest winds were about 60mph (95km/h)
-Claudette was a weak tropical storm that passed over the north coast of Puerto Rico in a westward direction.
-Poduced heavy rains over portions of Puerto Rico.
-Damage was minimal.
Hurricane-David-Category 4 hurricane as it blasted through the islands of Martinique and Dominica with sustained winds of 145 mph.
-Even so David was 90 milles south(Ponce) & 70 miles south(Cabo Rojo) Puerto Rico suffered strong winds of 175 mph.
-A lot of people took refuge.
-About more than 800 homes were destroyed
-$ 55,000,000 million in losses in the equipment and agricultural production
-If this hurricane had reach Puerto Rico it would had been the biggest disaster in the island history.
Tropical Storm-Frederick-The weak storm crossed Puerto Rico from east to west with winds of 50 mph and a pressure of 1004 millibars.
-Pass few days after David.
- In Puerto Rico the damage was caused by flooding and damage estimates cannot be separated between David and Frederick, and are a total of $125 million dollars.
Tropical Storm-Klaus-Winds of 28mph
-The maximium amount of rain n 24 hours was around 3 inches.
-There were not severe inundations, only minor coastal inundations.
-No one died.
Hurricane-Hugo-A category 4 hurricane with winds of 140 mph.
-Severe damages were caused.
-Over 90-100,000 people take refuge, in which 13,000 people were left homeless.
-The banana and coffee crops were almost completelty destroyed.
-Heavy rains caused severe flooding in the vicinity of San Juan.
-Severeal roads and bridges were washed away.
Tropical Storms-Cindy-Winds reached 35 mph
-Maximum of 5.54 in (141 mm) of rain fell near Río Cerrillos in Ponce.
-The rainfall caused scattered street flooding and filled rivers, affecting hundreds of residents.
Hurricane-Marilyn-Category 2 hurricane with 110mph winds.
-Cause collapses and flooding in P.R.
-Vieques and Culebra were the most affected areas; the damages were severe.
-about 120 homeswere destroyed and 829 were damaged.
Hurricane-Hortensia-Category 1 hurricane with 80 mph winds.
-The damage were more caused by the rain.
-It only destroyed two homes and ripped the roofs of about 50 homes.
Hurricane-Georges-Category 3 hurricane with 115mph winds.
-This left tens of thousands homeless.
-High winds downed nearly half of the island's electric and telephone lines, leaving 96% of the population powerless.
- Lack of electricity greatly damaged the water system, resulting in the loss of water and sewer service for 75% of the island.
-Georges's deluge of rainfall caused significant damage to the agricultural industry.
Tropical Storm-Dean-The hightest winds were around 165mph.
-There was an estimated $2 million in damage due to flooding in Puerto Rico.
Tropical Storm- Jeanne-Winds reached 72 mph (117 km/h)
-The rainfall left most of the island without power or water.
-Severe flooding along many rivers of Puerto Rico,forcing 3,629 people to evacuate their houses in flood zones.
-Damaged schools, houses, businesses.
-The combination of fallen trees, landslides, and debris closed 302 roads and left many bridges damaged.