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Published on Jul 30, 2009
On September 10th 1964 Hurricane Dora crashed onto the Northeast Coast of Florida with sustained winds of 125 MPH and a low pressure reading of 28.52 inches reported at St. Augustine. A wind gust of 101 MPH was registered at Mayport. This strong cat.-2 storm was the first Hurricane to make landfall along the Northeast coast of Florida since the great Cyclone of August 1880. This program was put together by Miami Television Station WCKT channel-7 (NBC) aired on November 15th,1964 and narrated by one of the great news anchors of all time, Wayne Fariss. To bad we don't have news anchors like him anymore.