Hurricane Dolly was the Strongest and Most Destructive tropical cyclone of the season, which struck Louisiana as a Category-3 in August 2020. It was the Fourth tropical cyclone, Fourth named storm, Second Hurricane and the first major hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season.
Hurricane Hunters in the Eye of Dolly while it was a Category-3. (8/8/2020)
A Pair of Twin Tornadoes (EF2 and EF3) NNE of New Orleans, LA
Another Pair of Twin Tornadoes (Both EF2) near Knoxville, TN
An EF3 Tornado North of Louisville, KY
An EF4 Tornado near the IN/OH Border
A House was wiped off of it's Foundation by the Evansville, IN EF5
Some more damage caused by the Evansville, IN EF5
Some Damage caused by the IN/OH EF4 Tornado
Some Damage caused by one of the Knoxville, TN EF2s
Radar Picture of Dolly at it's Louisiana Landfall, (8/10/2020), it's intensity was 120 mph
Some of Dolly's Cells also Spawned hail, up to 2 inches at some points
In Addition to Hail and Tornadoes, Dolly caused isolated Flooding in some Areas
Dolly caused Great Storm Surge leading up to it's Louisiana Landfall
Dolly brought 100+ MPH winds to New Orleans, LA at it's Landfall on August 10th.