Hurricane Joaquin was one of just two major hurricanes to form in the Atlantic in 2015, intensifying to near Category 5 strength. The storm damaged houses on Crooked Island in the Bahamas, pictured here, and is blamed for sinking the cargo ship El Faro, killing a crew of 33.
Hurricane Joaquin was one of just two major hurricanes to form in the Atlantic in 2015, intensifying to near Category 5 strength. The storm damaged houses on Crooked Island in the Bahamas, pictured here, and is blamed for sinking the cargo ship El Faro, killing a crew of 33. PEDRO PORTAL EL Nuevo Herald
Hurricane Joaquin was one of just two major hurricanes to form in the Atlantic in 2015, intensifying to near Category 5 strength. The storm damaged houses on Crooked Island in the Bahamas, pictured here, and is blamed for sinking the cargo ship El Faro, killing a crew of 33. PEDRO PORTAL EL Nuevo Herald

It has been more than two years since a hurricane made U.S. landfall

July 13, 2016 09:52 PM