The highest hurricane surge in Florida history, 19 feet, in its full fury at Mexico Beach, Florida. Undoubtedly the most graphic display of tidal surge dismantling a city ever captured.on video or film.
Sadly, over half the city of Mexico Beach is documented on video floating rapidly past our photographer during the catastrophic onslaught of Michael's hurricane surge.
A whole house and a fleet of cars float down a major roadway.
Spectacular footage of 150 mph winds striking the Florida panhandle, from the greater Panama City area and down the coast to Mexico Beach.
Awe inspiring views into the deep blue eye of Michael; and the surrounding majestic curved eyewall captured on video. Sequences filmed from the ground, hurricane hunter aircraft, and NASA space station cameras.
A very detailed satellite and radar study of Michael's complete life cycle. High resolution close-ups of the sun reflecting off the inner eyewall as the intensifying hurricane approaches and engulfs the coastline.
Wilma's maximum winds captured throughout South Florida: Palm Beach, Broward, Dade, and Monroe Counties. Spectacular orange, blue, and green lightning light up Wilma's pre-dawn sky. Katrina's maximum conditions as they surged ashore in Mississippi and Louisiana, as well as in S. Florida. Awe inspiring satelliite study of Wilma, the most intense hurricane in history. 76 minutes.
Relive the tallest tidal surge in Cape Hatteras history (10.2 feet) sweep over the Outer Banks of North Carolina; driven inland by 110 mph winds. View ceilings falling on people and crazy folks frolicking in the surge. 1993. 45 min.
Witness, first hand, the most spectacular tidal surge footage ever captured; as powerful Cat #3 Elena inundates Cedar Key& St. George Island, Florida, then coastal Mississippi. Labor Day, 1985. 60 minutes.
Filmed during the height of the hurricane in SE Louisiana and on the Gulf coast---from Mississippi through the Florida panhandle; as well as Katrina's first strike on South Florida. Spectacular satellite loops of this marvel of science Category 5 hurricane included. Aerial surveys of the New Orleans flood and the Mississipppi coastline after the 24-32 foot surge. 63 minutes.
Both Hurricanes Frances and Jeanne attacked the Treasure Coast of Florida, inflicting a double dose of nature's fury and coastal rearrangement. Experience both storms from various vantage points, including Vero Beach, Ft. Pierce, N & S. Hutchinson Islands, Jensen Beach, Stuart, Port St. Lucie, Palm Beach Gardens, Riviera Beach, Jupiter, and Gifford. 2004. 45 minutes.
Two major Hurricanes strike the same coastline of N. Carolina in 1996. Bertha topples the fishing pier at Surf City with 20 foot waves, then the clear blue eye passes above. Fran sends a 10 foot tidal surge across Carolina Beach, as 110+ mph winds crash ashore. 1996. 49 minutes.
Live action footage from powerful Hurricane Gilbert's landfalls in both Yucatan, Mexico, and S. Padre Island, TX. Complete closeup satellite sequences depicting the most intense Atlantic Hurricane to date: (888 mbs.)
Tidal surge sweeps through downtown. Amazing video from recon. plane penetrating the eye. 1988. 53 minutes