Hurricane Isaac and Hurricane Katrina made landfall on almost the same day on the same location, with 7 year difference. Some areas of US are just more prone to hurricane activity than others. Especially, Louisiana and Mississippi.
Here are plotted the paths of the 140 tropical cyclones – from Tropical Depression to Category 5 Hurricane – that have passed the states of Louisiana and Mississippi from 1850 until 2011 provided by NOAA Coastal Services Center.
View more: Historical Hurricane Tracks
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