The worst storm to hit the US in history is currently the Tropical Storm Beta Ray Bill, which was a Category 3 hurricane in the Atlantic in August of 2016, causing major devastation in the Caribbean and parts of Florida.
However, the worst hurricane in US history happened in the fall of 1989, which is when Tropical Storm Jonas, which killed thousands of people, was still making landfall in the US.
The hurricane that hit Jonas killed more than 3,000 people.
The Atlantic Hurricane of the Year is a voting prize for the National Hurricane Center for the year that follows its landfall in Florida, where Beta Ray Billy was one of the strongest storms ever to hit Florida.
Beta Ray’s powerful winds destroyed several homes and caused damage to the city of Miami Beach, and also caused flooding to the Miami River.
The storm left more than 4 million people without power, and many of them were left homeless.
Beta’s storm surge, which rose to record levels, was so powerful that it submerged entire sections of Miami and other Miami Beach neighborhoods, including the Miami Beach Golf Club.
A week later, Beta Ray was expected to make landfall in Cuba, but that didn’t happen.
Beta is the name of a Latin American sea monster that can grow to over 100 feet tall and has been known to make some landfall in North America as far south as the Florida Keys.
It has also been known as the Devil of the Caribbean.
Beta has been blamed for more deaths in the United States than any other hurricane in history.
In the United Kingdom, the UK Meteorological Office said Beta Ray hit land on June 17, 2017, making it the most intense hurricane to hit Britain since 1851, when the first storm hit the UK.
This week, the National Weather Service said Beta has now been located about 80 miles (130 kilometers) east of the UK’s coastline, and the strongest storm to strike the UK since 1849, when a Category 2 hurricane hit the country.
Beta’s wind speed is up to 200 mph (365 kph), making it one of only two storms to hit land in the contiguous US, along with Hurricane Joaquin in March of 2017, which also hit land, causing $1.4 billion in damages.
“The forecast is for moderate winds and low pressure over southern New England.
We expect the storm to become a category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale,” the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said.
More on Beta Ray: Beta Ray Bill is the strongest hurricane to make land in US since 1852, when it devastated Miami Beach in 1989.
(The Atlantic Hurricanes of the 20th Century, NOAA, National Weather Services, NOAA/National Hurricane Center)