Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast of the United States on Aug. 29, 2005. The storm stretched 400 miles and topped out at 140 mph. Three Southeastern U.S. states, including Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi, combi... More »

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Hurricane Katrina made landfall on Monday, August 29, 2005, causing a massive amount of damage in New Orleans and other coastal areas of Louisiana. The hurricane itself was devastating, but the New Orleans' levee system ... More »

Hurricane Katrina formed on Aug. 23, 2005, over the Bahamas. On Aug. 28, the National Weather Service warned citizens in the Gulf Coast states of America that the hurricane was likely to leave the area uninhabitable for ... More »

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Hurricane Katrina started Aug. 23, 2005, and made landfall in the Gulf Coast on Aug. 29, 2005. Once it made landfall, it continued to rage until later that same day when it was downgraded to a tropical storm. More »

Hurricane Katrina reached the United States on Aug. 29, 2005. The category 3 hurricane was 400 miles wide and had sustained winds between 100 and 140 miles per hour. The storm impacted 90,000 square miles of land within ... More »

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Some Hurricane Katrina facts for children include that it struck the Gulf Coast at the Louisiana-Mississippi border on August 29, 2005 and was labeled a Category 3 storm when it hit land. The highest wind speeds were 175... More »

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Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans on Aug. 29, 2005. When it hit the city, it was a category 3 storm, with winds moving between 100 and 140 miles per hour. More »

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