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It was last spotted over the north Atlantic on September 15.
This hurricane was the deadliest weather disaster in United States history.
After landfall, the cyclone turned northward through the Great Plains.
It became extratropical and turned east-northeastward on September 11, passing across the Great Lakes, New England, and southeastern Canada.
The cyclone dissipated over northern Mexico and southern Texas the next day.
Although hurricane-force winds occurred over the Florida Keys and the central and south Texas coast, no reliable wind measurements are available from near the center.
This cyclone produced the highest sustained winds ever recorded in the United States at the time, and the barometric pressure fell to 27.61 inches as the eye passed over Miami.
A storm surge of nearly 15 feet was reported in Coconut Grove.
For an interactive map of the Atlantic-Gulf Hurricane visit the NOAA Coastal Services Center.
Many casualties resulted as people ventured outdoors during the half-hour lull in the storm as the eye passed overhead.
Most residents, having not experienced a hurricane, believed that the storm had passed during the lull.
The "Great Miami" Hurricane was first spotted as a tropical wave located 1,000 miles east of the Lesser Antilles on September 11th.
The system moved quickly westward and intensified to hurricane strength as it moved to the north of Puerto Rico on the 15th.
As a result, hurricane warnings were not issued until midnight on September 18th, which gave the booming population of South Florida little notice of the impending disaster.