Category 7 Hurricane(SSHS)
Formed September 30
Dissipated October 16
Highest winds 245 mph
(1-min sustained)
Lowest pressure 826 mbar
Damages $350 billion
Fatalities 11,386 direct, 4 indirect.
Areas affected Cape Verde, Windward Islands, Jamaica, Belize, Yucatan, Florida, Bermuda, Newfoundland, Greenland.
Part of the
2100 Atlantic Hurricane Season

Hurricane Mu was the strongest storm of 2100, with winds up to 245 mph.

History Of Hurricane Mu

It all started when a tropical wave formed off the west coast of Africa. Sometime later, it beacame a weak tropical storm. Meteoroligists had given the name Mu. Then, Mu transformed into a category 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and finally became so strong that it couldn't handle itself for more than 10 days. So it weakened back to a tropical storm, than became extratropical, and dissapated.

Why Hurricane Mu Is So Famous

Hurricane Mu is the most famous storm of all time. More famous than Hurricane Katrina of 2005. Hurricane Mu is so famous because of it's wind speed. It's wind speed is far more faster than a category 5 hurricane's winds. These strong winds can blow brick houses 300 feet, blow tall buildings 90 feet, topple cars and other vheicles 2,250 feet, and can create a storm surge 70 feet high. When Hurricane Mu came by, it caused winds up to 155 mph, caused a storm surge 32 feet high, and devastated forests and cities.


To get ready for Hurricane Mu, people boarded up homes and big buildings, bought more than they what they needed for a regular hurricane, and most of them evacuated to another country.

Airport Delays

All of the airports on the east coast were delayed. Airports in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, ans Texas were delayed also.


Many houses and buildings were flattened, tree remains were all over the place, streets were flooded, transformers exploded, fires were still blazing, snow accumulation was still in Maine, old pottery was shattered, money was lost, and Hurricane Mu caused 929 billion dollars in damage.