Hurricane Angel (2055)
Category 5 hurricane

Hurricane Angel upon landfall
Formed June 10, 2055
Dissipated June 24, 2055
Accumulated Cyclone Energy 59.71 units
Highest winds 160 mph (260 km/h)
(1-min sustained)
Lowest pressure 921 mbar (27.20InHg)
Damages $45 billion (USD
Direct Fatalities 3000
Indirect Fatalities 0
Missing 177
Areas affected US Gulf Coast (Alabama), US East Coast (Florida), The Bahamas
Part of the
2055 Atlantic hurricane season

Hurricane Angel was a very destructive, very deadly tropical cyclone that developed during June of 2055, causing havoc along its path. The cyclone formed from a tropical wave over the Atlantic on June 2nd, developing into a category 5 hurricane on the SSHWS, making landfall in the Mississippi area as a strong category 4 storm.

Meteorological history

Main article: Meteorological history of Hurricane Angel

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Hurricane Angel (2055 - Track)

Map plotting the track and intensity of the storm according to the Saffir Simpson Hurricane Scale

The origins of Hurricane Angel can be traced back to a Tropical Wave. (TBC)